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Tudors

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Come and learn about…

Local history study: A post-1066 study of local history, a significant turning point in British History

In this session:

  • 1588 – Queen Elizabeth I reigns. Sir Francis Willoughby – living in newly built Wollaton Hall – celebrates the defeat of the Spanish Armada
  • Dress in fine clothes and entertain Sir Francis with Tudor dancing
  • Explore the Tudor kitchens, discover exotic spices and understand the food eaten by rich and poor
  • Hear accounts of battles and Sir Willoughby’s seafaring ancestor, Sir Hugh Willoughby

Duration: 4 hours – 10.30am – 2.30pm

Cost per pupil: £10 per pupil

Click here to see our video.

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Contact Us By Email – schools.programmes@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Contact Us By Phone – 0115 876 1420

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To help with navigation :

Location: Wollaton Hall & Deer Park
Stage: KS2
Theme: History
Subjects: History

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