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Early Morning Views
Early Morning Views
Posted 2 years ago

A tranquil time, early morning, as the site slumbers before awakening to our visitors.

 

 

 

Early Morning Views
“Sustainability is a Tudor way of life” by Mistress Ellen
“Sustainability is a Tudor way of life” by Mi…
Posted 2 years ago

“Sustainability is a Tudor way of life” by Mistress Ellen

My name is Mistress Ellen and I am a Maid in the household of Yeomen Farmer Mr Adam Palmer of Wilmcote. The year is 1573 under the reign of our gracious Queen Elizabeth, and being a Tudor maid means never…

“Sustainability is a Tudor way of life” by Mi…
Posted 2 years ago

4 - 5 April: Easter Weekend Celebrations

See the Tudors busily making preparations for their Easter feast on Saturday 4 April and learn about mealtime etiquette when they enjoy the results on Sunday 5 April. Join in with Easter-themed games all weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Decorate your own 'Superstitious Eggs'

Learn how Easter was celebrated by…

Millie The Barn Owl
Millie The Barn Owl
Posted 2 years ago

With heart-shaped face, buff back and wings and pure white underparts, the barn owl is a well known and much loved part of our countryside and heritage.

 

 

 

 

 

Millie is part of our birds of prey displays which take place four times a day, every day during open season.

Millie The Barn Owl
Where Are They Now?
Where Are They Now?
Posted 2 years ago

Our three Mangalitza pigs were sold and are now set to intrigue visitors at Ramsden Rare Breeds at Wood Farm near Witney.

Here they are having a brilliant time doing essential ground clearance. Grand Theft Auto's got nothing on this smash n grab outfit!

Fear not though, we are getting two…

Where Are They Now?
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Early Morning Views

A tranquil time, early morning, as the site slumbers before awakening to our visitors.      

“Sustainability is a Tudor way of life” by Mistress Ellen

“Sustainability is a Tudor way of life” by Mistress Ellen My name is Mistress Ellen and I am a Maid in the household of Yeomen Farmer Mr Adam Palmer of Wilmcote. The year is 1573 under the reign of our gracious Queen Elizabeth, and being a Tudor maid means never wasting anything. On a farm […]

4 – 5 April: Easter Weekend Celebrations See the Tudors busily making preparations for their Easter feast on Saturday 4 April and learn about mealtime etiquette when they enjoy the results on Sunday 5 April. Join in with Easter-themed games all weekend.                   Decorate your own ‘Superstitious […]

Millie The Barn Owl

With heart-shaped face, buff back and wings and pure white underparts, the barn owl is a well known and much loved part of our countryside and heritage.           Millie is part of our birds of prey displays which take place four times a day, every day during open season.

Where Are They Now?

Our three Mangalitza pigs were sold and are now set to intrigue visitors at Ramsden Rare Breeds at Wood Farm near Witney. Here they are having a brilliant time doing essential ground clearance. Grand Theft Auto’s got nothing on this smash n grab outfit! Fear not though, we are getting two more ready for the […]

Shakespeare’s Mother – The Secret Life Of A Tudor Woman

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05279pq Next Thursday 12 Feb 2015  9pm Michael Wood tells the extraordinary story of an ordinary woman in a time of revolution. Born during the reign of Henry VIII, Mary Arden is the daughter of a Warwickshire farmer, but she marries into a new life in the rising Tudor middle class in Stratford-upon-Avon. There she […]

Plough Sunday 2015

And so we signal the beginning of another farming year with our Plough Sunday celebration and blessing of the plough to bring a good harvest, at St Andrew’s Church Wilmcote.  

Farts of Portingale

Farts of Portingale Ingredients 1lb ground lamb 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1/2 teaspoon each salt, ground mace, and ground pepper 1/4 cup chopped dates 1/4 cup currants 1 quart beef stock   Mix all ingredients except for the stock.  Form the mixture into small balls and poach in the beef stock for 5-7 mins. They […]

Rose Syrup

                1.  Collect as many scented rose petals as you can (old fashioned roses are best) and cut off the white pointed bits at the petal base as they are bitter. 2.  Place trimmed petals in a pan and add just enough water to cover. 3.  Bring slowly […]

Only The Finest

Only the finest embroidery will do for Master Palmer’s parlour! Mistress Alice has been busy.