We have had a lovely time doing two events this weekend. Firstly it was a multi-period event at Thoresby Hall in Nottinghamshire. This beautiful Victorian house is now a hotel but we were able to go into the grounds.
I especially loved the gates and we had a picnic lunch in that gorgeous turret seating area looking out from the lawn,we do get to see some stunning places!
There were lots of different groups there from the Romans to World War 2 plus some American Civil War so we had great fun admiring all of the different costumes. I particularly loved this WWW1 tent with all the textiles and authentic magazines.
Ellie would really like to do WWW2 as well as medieval so was interested in talking to those groups. The funny thing was virtually everyone we talked to also did medieval as well.
I finished making a new linen veil the night before, great to stop my neck being burnt as it was very hot.
I took these shots of Ellie on stairs up to the formal gardens, I love the light in these.
Sunday we spent at Clumber Park – a little time travel 600 years into the future to 1918 for our WWW1 land girls stint rather then 1318 and the court of Edward the 2nd. I will post about that in a couple of days.
I am having a very quiet week this week in preparation for another weekend event coming up, at the lovely Ashby Castle, making the headress for Kate and doing lots of marking.
Hope you have a nice week planned, take care and thanks for visiting.
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That’s quite the historical range to keep straight in your head. So glad you had good weather for it!