1066 Harold’s Way Walk and Talks

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I wonder where that footpath goes, let us explore, discover and wonder about 1066 Harold’s Way together.

Last night, Wednesday 28th January 2015, I had the pleasure in giving an illustrated talk on ‘1066 Harold’s Way’ to the members of the Hastings and St Leonards National Trust Association. It was a journey through pictures from Westminster Abbey to Battle Abbey sharing some of the background history to that tumultuous year.

There can be no more emotive walk.

There are Roman roads to walk, Battles and Castles to pass, rivers and ancient forests to cross.

Three days of marching, the nights were drawing in, a camp at Rochester, maybe Bodiam too, a final night on Caldbec Hill before imagining the Battle of Hastings 1066.

If you would like to find out a little more about 1066 Harold’s Way, or other History Walks, I would be happy to discuss a presentation with you. you can e-mail me at historywalks@aol.co.uk

I am an experienced and anecdotal speaker who will bring the walks and the history to life.

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