The Anne Boleyn Files Tudor Calendar 2016 – The perfect gift

cover_calendarI know that many of you have started your Christmas shopping (please don’t panic me by telling me that you’ve finished!), so I just wanted to draw your attention to our Anne Boleyn Files Tudor Calendar 2016 which might well be the perfect gift for the Tudor history lover in your life.

The calendar measures 11 inches by 17 inches when open, it is spiral bound in the middle and is printed on quality gloss stock. It features the 12 winning photos from our Tudor places photographic competition and photos include:

  • Anne Hathaway’s Cottage in the snow
  • Warwick Castle in the mist
  • Shibden Hall
  • Leeds Castle
  • “Belle Boleyn”
  • Warwick Castle in the Sun
  • Entrance Ceiling, Hampton Court Palace
  • Richard III, Battle of Bosworth re-enactment
  • Gardens of Hampton Court Palace
  • Tower of London
  • Stained glass window, Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace
  • Thornbury Castle ruins

Anne Boleyn Files Tudor Places Calendar also features dates of the important births, deaths, marriages and battles related to the Tudors, so you’ll know what happened in history 500 years ago.

It is available to purchase on and costs £9.99/$11.55 (UK/US shop price, prices vay according to currency and tax). Click here to order now. has stores for the USA, UK, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Canada, Australia, Ireland and Switzerland, and offers worldwide shipping. You can change your store at by clicking on the flag at the top.

Here is a montage of the winning photos:


and an example page:


You can see more photos in the preview at

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  1. Just got the calendar in the mail. It was delivered quite quickly (I live in Nova Scotia Canada) and it’s really beautiful. I had dropped hints last year to my daughter but she didn’t order it for me. Sometimes you just have to treat yourself. I was particularly pleased to see Thornbury Castle on one page. I actually stayed there last fall in Henry’s VIII’s room. – what a thrill for a self-confessed Anne Boleyn nut.

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