19 Jan '14, 7pm

Little Moreton Hall

This is Little Moreton Hall in Cheshire, England. The first oak and wattle that hit the ground there was around 1504-1508 and construction continued with various extensions for another 100 years as the Moreton family prospered. The house stayed with the same family up to 1938 when it was given to the National Trust for its future care. The house is very sparsely furnished giving visitors a unique opportunity to study Tudor building techniques and architecture. To give you a real flavour of life in the period, below you will find a gingerbread recipe from the house that dates back to 1591.

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