Category Archives: 17th century

Worcester’s Commandery¬†

I’ve always felt a strong connection to the Commandery. It’s history runs deep. As you can imagine, speaking before the Battle of Worcester Society in the Great Hall of the Commandery was an unparalleled thrill. If you missed reading about … Continue reading

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Tudor House: 17th century life

Step back in time to the 17th century and visit Weymouth’s Tudor House. Continue reading

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Exploring the Banqueting House

Exploring the beauty and history of Whitehall’s Banqueting House Continue reading

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The Household Cavalry

The Household Cavalry has been guarding the Kings and Queens of England since the 17th Century. Join me for a visit. Continue reading

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Worcester Cathedral 

Take a tour with me through Worcester Cathedral and visit a King, a Prince and a Duke Continue reading

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The Gunpowder Plot: Guest post by Tony Morgan

Today on my blog, I welcome historical thriller author Tony Morgan who writes about the Gunpowder Plot Continue reading

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Battle of Worcester Society

I had the pleasure of speaking before the Battle of Worcester Society about a 17th Century highwayman turned political prisoner Continue reading

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