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Simon will be conducting theatrical walking tours of Harewood’s medieval history enhanced with an audio experience.

Tours will take place on Tues 17th July, Weds 1st August, Tues 14th August & Mon 3rd September.

Images courtesy of the artists, and Ceri Hand Gallery for Eleanor Moreton.

Medieval Harewood is an on-going project to explore Harewood’s medieval history before the present Harewood House was built.

In the shadow of Harewood House, a team of undergraduate students is carrying out the painstaking task of unearthing the remnants of Harewood’s predecessor, Gawthorpe Hall, which was demolished in 1773.

After carrying out exploratory digs and geophysical surveys over the last two years, the student archaeologists are spending three weeks uncovering the layout of the Hall of which only two contemporary illustrations survive.

Eleanor Moreton has been inspired by the history of sisters Elizabeth and Sibyl de Aldeburgh who became joint heiresses of Harewood Castle in 1388.

Her paintings respond to the relationships and power structures between families at Harewood in the medieval period as well as the illuminated prayer books, the Books of Hours, people owned at that time.

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We made the news in the Independent’s heritage section with our all-new event spectacular the Harewood Medieval Faire… If you missed it, look out for e-updates to be the first to get your tickets for next year’s event!

…And don’t forget, Medieval Harewood continues this summer with artists’ works & finds from the Gawthorpe dig, ceramics & stained glass workshops, and Castle, dig and theatrical tours. Archaeologists from the University of York are revealing intriguing traces — hidden for more than two centuries — of the forerunner of one of Yorkshire’s great country houses.

Susan has created a video intervention in the church as well as a moving photograph that can be viewed in full online.

It can also be streamed on your smartphone to be viewed while experiencing Medieval Harewood.

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