The Anne Boleyn Files and Tudor Society Calendar 2020

Posted By on October 15, 2019

It’s that time of year again! Time to launch our Anne Boleyn Files and Tudor Society Calendar!

This high-quality wall calendar measures 297mm (11¾ inches) by 425mm (16¾ inches), it is spiral bound at the top and is printed on thick 100# stock paper. Full colour throughout. 1 full page per month.

Our 2020 calendar features photos of some of my very favourite Tudor places:

  • Tutbury Castle
  • Windsor Castle
  • Sudeley Castle
  • Shakespeare’s Birthplace
  • The Tower of London
  • Hever Castle
  • Hatfield Old Palace
  • Penshurst Place
  • Shakespeare’s Globe
  • Hampton Court Palace
  • London Charterhouse
  • Kenilworth Castle

They really are stunning places.

Scroll down to find out how to order, but here’s a video I made showing a sample calendar:

The calendar costs $9.00/7.99€/£7.20 and can be shipped worldwide.
It is shipped directly from our base in Spain.
Shipping to the UK is £6.50, within Europe is 7.00€, and to the US and Rest of the World is $11.99.
Each additional calendar ordered (to the same address) only adds $5/4€/£7.20 additional shipping for every calendar ordered (Max 5 calendars per order).

As well as enjoying this calendar yourself, why not get one for your Tudor-loving friends too?

*Pre-order now for shipping as soon as we have the first batch from the printer*

Order below – please ensure you choose the correct Paypal button below for your shipping destination:

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Here are the different months – click on the images to see them properly:

16 thoughts on “The Anne Boleyn Files and Tudor Society Calendar 2020”

  1. Lenore Peloso says:

    Trying to order the 2020 calendar From the US, but having trouble with the site.

    1. Claire says:

      Hi Lenore,
      I’m sorry that you experienced problems. Please can you tell me what happened? I have a successful payment from you.
      Best Wishes,

  2. Michael Wright says:

    Beautiful photos as always. I hope to order mine soon. I noticed on the sample pics there are no photo credits. Were these photos aquired in a different way than usual?

  3. Christine says:

    I watched a programme last night about the Tower of London, and we were told the onion shaped crenallated tops on the Tower were put there by order of Henry V111 in honour of Anne Boleyn and her coronation, that’s something I never knew it was very interesting, also in the apartments of the Byward tower were found the original fireplace from medieval times, and beautiful painted walls, it was a great find, the scenes were illustrations from the suffering of Christ and the colours were quite remarkable given there great age, also I learnt that the first lion was bought back from the crusades by Richard 1st, I knew the Tower had housed a royal menagerie of exotic animals but I did not knew Richard bought any back with him, very interesting.

    1. Michael Wright says:

      I had hesrd that the domes were installed by Henry Viii but had not heard a reason. Very interesting.

  4. Brenda Einarson says:

    Hi. I ordered a calendar. I paid with Paypal and received a confirmation from it but not from you. Also, the other products wouldn’t download. Is there a way to retrieve them ? Thank you.

    1. Claire says:

      Hi Brenda,
      Thank you so much for your order. The order is processed Paypal so that is your receipt and confirmation. We will be dispatching the calendar orders as soon as we have them back from the printer.
      When you say other products won’t download, can you explain what you mean as I don’t understand what you’re referring to. Thank you!

      1. Brenda Einarson says:

        Thank you so much Claire. I must be mistaken confused about downloads. I look forward to receiving the calendar.

  5. Christine says:

    Today we can say they stand as a testament to a dead kings loyalty to a once loved queen, that he later forsake her and the place that once honoured her became her prison and later her death, makes her sad story all the more poignant, it is like the gatehouse with her initials still carved on them known today as Anne Boleyn’s clock tower at Hampton Court, another testament to a love that turned sour.

    1. Michael Wright says:

      As petty as Henry was I’m a bit surprised he didn’t have them removed after her execution as he seemed to want het removed from memory.

      1. Christine says:

        May have cost too much Michael.

        1. Michael Wright says:

          Thats a good point.

  6. Diane McCallister says:

    Hever is now my “happy place” as well. I can’t wait to see it again next September. Looking forward to receiving my calendar. Take care, Claire.

  7. Donna Irving says:

    Hello Claire,

    I ordered my 2020 calendar today and also for a friend in the UK. We both loved 2019 and I am excited to receive the new one! I am traveling to England the end of November to see my daughter and her family and will visit one of the castles. Love Tudor history and the way you present it.

    1. Claire says:

      Thank you, Donna, I do hope you and your friend like it. Where will you be visiting in the UK?

  8. Christine says:

    Remembering our war dead on this special Sunday, may you never be forgotten in the fight you made and sacrificed in the name of freedom, Amen.

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