Chastleton House was built between 1607 and 1612 and is situated at Chastleton, close to Moreton-in-Marsh. It has been owned by the National Trust since 1991 and is a Grade I listed building.
Post war Britain was a time of change in our society. Find out how these changes were reflected in the life of the housewife and food fashions.
A look at the life of the poet (and comptroller of customs) Geofffrey Chaucer and the medieval England of the time.
Governments had a real fear of Bolshevik inspired revolutions, which provoked Britain to a policy of armed intervention against the Reds. This talk by Roger Penny covers the activities of the Royal Navy in the Barents, White, Baltic, Black and Caspian Seas, the newly created RAF in southern Russia as well the Army in all areas including the Far East.
The Homeworld ’81 exhibition of housing development.was located in Bradwell Common and took place in May 1981.
Bandstands have been a feature of the British way of life for well over a century. The speaker is Paul Rabbitts, a writer and lecturer and Head of Parks, Open Spaces & Projects with Watford Borough Council.
Mark Steinhardt has created a performance based on an archive of letters from Walter Croft, a young signaller who was killed on the Somme.
Watch out, watch out the Bow Street Runners are about! Steve Bacon will talk about why were they formed and what were their powers.
Ray Rowlson talks about a journey following the ancient trade route to China.
Expert John Hanson is offering free 20 minute consultations to help you with research into your family history.