The Early years and Construction of Peterborough Cathedral

The West Front of Peterborough Cathedral Introduction Peterborough Cathedral (full name Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Andrew) is a mostly Norman cathedral built in the 12th century, with Anglo Saxon roots. It is located in the heart of the city of Peterborough, approximately 85 miles from London on the A1, or is reachable by… Read More The Early years and Construction of Peterborough Cathedral

Arthur Tudor – Part Three: Twist of Fate and Unfulfilled Destiny

Ludlow Castle, home to Arthur Tudor and Katharine of Aragon Arrival at Ludlow Castle After their spectacular wedding, Arthur and Katharine left London for Ludlow in December, 1501 to begin their married life. Arthur, 15, who had been the master of his own household since he was 7, was already involved in the governance of… Read More Arthur Tudor – Part Three: Twist of Fate and Unfulfilled Destiny