Mid Anglia Group, Richard III Society

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“Horrible History for Families” – Ipswich

Every Wednesday and Friday during the summer holidays, these walking tours are coming to Ipswich. They are aimed at accompanied children from 7 to 12, although younger ones are welcome. They start at the Tourist Information Centre at 10:30* and last ninety minutes for £3. On the left, is a haunted image of Christchurch Mansion.

  • Please arrive by 10:15.
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John Ball and Colchester

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Here are some of the panels just inside the door of the Colchester Playhouse, now a theatre-themed public house. They illustrate John Ball, after whom a minor town centre road is also named, becoming a priest, a prisoner at Maidstone and then participating in the 1381

Peasants’ Revolt (from 30 May), fighting at Blackheath (on 12 June) and then being executed at St. Alban’s on 15 July that year.

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Here are some of the panels just inside the door of the Colchester Playhouse, now a theatre-themed public house. They illustrate John Ball, after whom a minor town centre road is also named, becoming a priest, a prisoner at Maidstone and then participating in the 1381

Peasants’ Revolt (from 30 May), fighting at Blackheath (on 12 June) and then being executed at St. Alban’s on 15 July that year.

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An obituary

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Here is the BBC’s official post about Dr. John Ashdown-Hill, who died last Friday. However, his permanent legacy includes these Powerpoint presentations, originally devised so that he can still educate you about Richard, his life, family and era when he first became unwell enough to do so in person. Alternatively, this is the East Anglian Daily Times’ take.

Image: Riikka.

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