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Claire and Tim’s Sponsored 10km Run

| May 22, 2014

Claire and Tim’s Sponsored 10km Run

This has nothing to do with Tudor history or Anne Boleyn, but I wanted to share this with you and ask for your help. Tim and I are doing a 10km run on Saturday 7th June in aid of the Sunshine Rehabilitation Centre in Kenya, which is supported by the charity Rope. We are hoping […]

13 April 1536 – Anne Boleyn and Maundy Thursday

| April 13, 2014

13 April 1536 – Anne Boleyn and Maundy Thursday

Yesterday I wrote about Anne Boleyn attending Easter Eve mass as Queen and now we fast-forward three years and find her taking part in Easter celebrations just over a month before her execution. On the 13th April 1536, Maundy Thursday, Anne Boleyn did her duty as Queen, distributing Maundy money (alms) and washing the feet […]

Anne Boleyn and Charity

| March 15, 2013

Anne Boleyn and Charity

Today in the UK it’s Red Nose Day, a fundraising day for the charity Comic Relief whose tag line is “A just world free from poverty”. It’s a great cause and one I support every year. Check out www.rednoseday.com/ for more information. “Well, that’s all very nice, Claire,” I hear you say, “but what does […]

An Indubitable Impact

| February 17, 2011

An Indubitable Impact

Anne Boleyn’s impact on history is indubitable; almost 475 years after her death people still speak of her whether good or bad. Her fate was tragic but her life was extraordinary. Anne’s influence on King Henry VII inevitably sealed the fate of England. Her interests in religious reform inspired Henry towards the reformation. Anne Boleyn […]