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What if you could meet King Henry VIII of England? What questions would you be dying to ask him? How…
Read about Pitchford Hall, ,one of the finest Elizabethan half-timbered houses in the country, available as a holiday let.
Name and Title: Katherine Parr (she signed her letters Kateryn Parr), Queen of England.
Born: Blackfriars, London, c.1512.
Died: 5 September 1548.
Buried: Sudeley Castle Chapel, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire.
In this blog we explore the life, death and burial of Queen Katherine Parr…
In this episode, I head to the county of Hampshire in southern England.
I’m joined by Aisha Al-Sadie, Learning and Heritage Officer at Winchester Cathedral. We tour this incredible building and stand in the exact same places where important Tudor events unfolded.
Suffolk is one of my favourote counties for exploring Tudor buildings and their stories and yet, curiously, I often find it overlooked by overseas travellers. I consider it one of my missions to put Tudor Suffolk well and truly on any tudor time traveller’s map . From one of the most stunning collections of Tudor tombs outside Westminster Abbey to the world’s largest and most authentic Tudor reenactment festival, Suffolk is a glorious place to explore. So, let me show you an action-packed itinerary for a three-day stay in the area. Let’s go!