The Georgian Assembly Rooms in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk - in 1854 it became the 'Athenaeum'. My characters in Evie's Seduction visit the rooms.
The Athenaeum, Suffolk. The traditional charm of the ornate Ballroom provides the perfect backdrop for a stunning wedding for up to 180 guests.
The Athenaeum Bury St Edmunds
The Athenaeum was purpose-built in the early 18th century as Assembly Rooms where the locals could gather to play cards, read books, attend parties and ...
Bury St Edmunds, Hazells Histories. | 0. The Pillar of Salt road sign, Angel Hill
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St Edmundsbury Cathedral. Suffolk's only cathedral provides a ...
Bury St Edmunds Guildhall
Interior of the cathedral
Saffron Walden Corn Exchange c. 1847
Mary Tudor – the French Queen who risked everything to marry for love
The very popular Christmas Fayre on Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds
Corn Exchange, Sudbury, 1841
SC Wedding & Event Planning
Diss - the Corn Hall, Diss 1854
Georgian England - Castle Inn Assembly Rooms, Brighton - my latest novel spends a little time in Brighton.
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Corn exchange King's Lynn, 1854
Significant Stories: The Athenaeum
Northgate Railway Station by 1854
Steeped in history, Moyse's Hall has looked out over Bury St Edmunds market place for almost 900 years.
A tale for Christmas in which we take a 'gander' at the Old Stag of Arbigland
What's on West Suffolk - WOWS07
... it gives its name to Lloyds Avenue, which is reached by way of an archway that was cut through the building in 1929. Once open to motor traffic, ...
A brief history of coffee in the Georgian era
1787 The new Bath Guide ; or, useful pocket companion for all persons residing at
There is a lot to consider when planning a wedding and one of the decisions that can make or break the day is the venue. With so much choice out there it ...
Why the Bury St Edmunds area is the perfect location for your next event .
Snape Suffolk Olly - Andy McWain Ensemble: Released in September 2018, Snape Suffolk Olly is a single by the jazz outfit led by Boston, ...
Former corn exchange, Jewry Street, Winchester
Formerly the county town of West Suffolk, the cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds today has a population of 41,113 (2011 census).
Jane Austen and Bath: The Sydney Gardens
1830: Norfolk's Version of the 'Swing' Riots
Rood screen, St Mary's North Elmham, Norfolk (ca 1474) saved from destruction by being used as floorboards. SS Barbara, Cecilia and Dorothy
A-Z of Bury St Edmunds | Places – People – History | By Martyn Taylor
Norwich's Victorian Circus Star!
The Portuguese conquest of Goa, miniature Deccani painting from…
This splendid view is of the foyer as you entered from the High Street. Just out of sight on the floor in front of the steps was a mosaic of the town's ...
Aldo Rossi, GaZ Blanco · Renovation Project of ex Kursaal Theatre's Area
Wollaton Hall, William Woodward & Company, October 28, 1865, Albumen silver print
He came fro m a poor family, had little formal education and was a tanner by trade. He was self-taught in music apart from some lessons from John Barry, ...
Norman Cross: French Prisoner of War Camp
Independent Methodist Chapel
Northgate Street | Hazells' Histories+
The Northgate The Northgate. 9.30am. Bury St Edmunds ...
Capitalism & Slavery -THE ORIGIN OF NEGRO SLAVERY
Hamblin's, Kyneton, c.1870s (courtesy Kyneton Museum, VIC)
In 2015 Suffolk Saison (6.0% ABV) was created. This was a strong hazy pale farmhouse ale brewed with Suffolk barley and hops then fermented with Saison ...
Nameless and Friendless, from 'Illustrated London News'. Artist: After Emily Mary
Could not enter the gates as there is Herris fencing in the grounds so presumably works are being carried out to the church.
... All Saints Green 21 Thatched Assembly Rooms  1935-05-26 ...
Longlands (39 Hart Street): ground floor plan. (For façade see Fig. 17.)
Accent On Tampa Bay #248, March/April 2019
... as well as shipyards in St Clement's & Nova Scotia, he owned several farms in Essex & Suffolk & a large house in Duke Street, just behind the shipyards.
Joseph Edge, the Macclesfield Pedestrian of 1806
An Unmarried Sailor's Return, c. 1800. Julius Caesar Ibbetson. Credit Tate
The Royal Surrey Theatre - This is the theatre that Eloise Porter works for, in my Regency Romance 'The Songbird'.
Former corn exchange now Saffron Walden Library
Through the Ages: The Story of the: Barker
County of Suffolk, England
Ipswich Corn Exchange 1880
IT's one of Newcastle's most spectacular city centre buildings, and Discovery Museum is now also one of the city's most exciting wedding venues.
1915 WWI WW1 PRINT ~ HOUSE IN CLEVELAND ROAD HARTLEPOOL WRECKED BY GERMAN SHELLS
'"Shan't", said the cook' Alice Bolingbroke Woodward (1862–1951)