Discover the Christmas traditions, myths and plants of the medieval period, with music played on early instruments. This talk will be presented in 14th century clothing.
About the Speaker
Michael Brown has been interested in history and gardening for as long as he can remember. He became a qualified gardener and worked his way up to become Head Gardener at the Menagerie at Horton and later Cosgrove Hall. Later he researched medieval gardens and the uses of the plants, which was very useful when he created the medieval gardens at the Prebendal Manor at Nassington, Northamptonshire. Michael studied for his MA in Garden History at Birkbeck, London whilst he was a full-time college lecturer in Horticulture.
This talks starts at 2.00pm and will be approx. 45mins – 1 hour. If you choose a cream tea, afternoon tea or lunch ticket, this will be served after the talk.
All tickets include parking for the duration of the event and ticket type. Members, of course, benefit from free parking all day.
Lunch menu must be pre-ordered when you book – detailed below. Please advise us of any dietary requirements when you book your ticket.
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Group discounts are available for groups over 10, please get in touch for group bookings. Limited spaces available.