Tudor Country House Talk
This talk focuses on life, clothing and customs during the 16th century.
Built to impress by Davey Owen, illigimate uncle of Henry VII, Cowdray was expanded during the 16th century to become a one of the counties finest Tudor country houses.
Visited by three of the Tudor monarchs both the owners and the house expressed their wealth and royal connection’s with lavish interior decoration and splendid stone work.
Time: 3pm to 3.45pm
Location: The talk will take place in the Tudor Kitchen. There is no access to the rest of Cowdray Ruins.
Maximum number: 28
Limited seating available.
Paul Ullson of Raven-Tor (pictured above) has been involved with Cowdray Heritage Trust for many years, and with his Living History Group recreates the sights and sounds of Cowdray’s Historical past.
He has worked in the field of education and living history for over 20 years, working in schools across, Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire. Following on from the success of the Tudor Kitchen Christmas Experience, a series of talks for 2020 has now been created, so take a journey through time with Paul at Cowdray Ruins.
Book tickets for the talk below. To attend this event you need to register and bring a print out of your e-ticket with you on the day.
Parking will be at North Street Car Park. This event is not suitable for children under the age of ten. Due to the nature of these events dogs are not allowed with the exception of assistance dogs.
There will only be concessions for children. However, disabled visitors with an adult ticket can be accompanied by one carer for free.
Cowdray Ruins is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and as such there are areas of uneven flooring and small steps. If you have any queries about the accessibility of the site please contact email@example.com.