This talk tells the story of all eight of the parks from the point when they were acquired by the monarchy until the present day, including the major historic moments and events with which they are associated.
Border-Zone is a light, sound and performance installation designed for the Museum’s new galleries.
This lecture will trace the history of cartoonery in British public life, as a means of observing and commenting upon society and the politics of the day.
Exploring the lives of transformational women and girls from Buckingham. Remarkable stories of wartime escape and evasion, civil rights, industry and academic excellence.
Expert John Hanson is offering free 20 minute consultations to help you with research into your family history.
Calling all Young Heritage Hunters (aged 4-14) – join the MK Monster Challenge and find out more about the Ichthyosaur.
Kevin Varty will be delving into Witchcraft and Northamptonshire – and you might not want to walk home alone!
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.