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The Queen's Fool (Philippa Gregory)

The Queen’s Fool (Philippa Gregory) lands on the shelves of my shop, where it will be found in my Fiction Author: G section. priced at just… 258 more words

BookLovers Of Bath: The Shop!

♔The Old Palace- Hatfield House Hertfordshire

Built by the Bishop of Ely, the original Old Palace at Hatfield House has a unique and colourful history dating from 1485, and is one of the foremost examples of medieval brickwork in Britain. 525 more words

Places

Lady Elizabeth Tudor lands herself in trouble

On the 18th of March 1554, Lady Elizabeth Tudor was arrested for her alleged involvement in the Wyatt Rebellion. Though nothing was ever proven, and Bess never gave her support to them as bluntly as others had done, she still came under her sister’s radar. 129 more words

Renaissance

Mary, Mary, quite contrary…

The Mary in the nursery rhyme is often associated with Mary the daughter of Henry VIII who reigned as Mary I of England from 1553 to 1558. 357 more words

Bloody Mary

WOEFUL PUPPET Booklet Available Online

As part of the HLF project WOEFUL PUPPET a booklet has been created by participants to distribute to our community, the public and our Heritage partners. 156 more words

News

Hastings Chapel, St Helen's Church, Ashby de la Zouche

Recently visited St Helen’s Church in Ashby de la Zouche to see the monuments in the Hastings Chapel, in particular, the monument to Francis 2nd Earl Huntingdon and his wife Catherine Pole. 322 more words

Elizabeth & Robin

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone. It felt appropriate to mark the holiday here with a post on one of the most famous – if debatable – love stories from royal history: Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. 8,634 more words

The House Of Tudor