In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, we travel back to one of England's greatest Tudor buildings: Cowdray House. I chat to Paul Ullson, guide at Cowdray House as we discover the history of this once splendid building, its owners and how a fire destroyed its valuable collection of precious Tudor artefacts. Tune in to discover the chilling tale of Cowdray House...
Some useful links, mentioned in this episode, are below:
To read my blog about Cowdray House, click here
To watch the video of 'What Life was Like in a BUsy Tudor Kitchen', filmed at Cowdray, click this link.
To find out about events, opening times and general visitor information, visit the Cowdray House website here
Find Paul Ullson on Instagram @paul_ullson
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Presenter: Sarah Morris
Guest: Paul Ullson
Produced by Cutting Crew Productions