Tuesday August 30, 2016

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Today to 27 Sep 2016 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: Late 15th century, half-timbered building with remarkable exterior wood carving of angels. Inside original screens passage doorway, on the left of which lay the hall. Formerly a merchant’s house, now a solicitor’s office.
View more details - Sparlings Solicitors
3 West Stockwell Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1HQ
Sat 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Medieval church with impressive 14th century roof, wall painting and Norman tower that was badly damaged during the 1648 Siege of Colchester. Now managed by the Churches Conservation Trust.
View more details - St Martin's Church, Colchester
West Stockwell Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1HQ
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: A multi-period church with surviving medieval features. There is a wall niche at the south aisle of the church, a remnant of the medieval church wall. The original central tower was replaced with a west tower in 1758. The clock...
View more details - St Peter's Church
St Peter’s Church, North Hill, Colchester, Essex CO1 1PG
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Peake’s House stands in the Dutch Quarter, which has retained its old street plan. Originally three cottages and with Colchester being a centre of the cloth trade, they probably belonged to weavers, the long mullioned...
View more details - Peake's House
30 East Stockwell Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1ST
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Explore Colchester’s amazing past with an entertaining and knowledgable Blue Badge Guide. Siege of Colchester tour at 1100 (based on the events of 1648), and Roman Colchester tour at 1500.
View more details - Costumed Tours of Colchester
War Memorial, Castle Park Gates, High Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1YG
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The building forms the surviving north cross-wing, with projecting upper storey, of a group of small houses listed in the Colchester court roll for 1473. Visitors will be able to learn more about the history and architecture of...
View more details - William Gilberd Days of Tudor Science - Eclettico
26 Trinity Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JN
Thu 8 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The building was the original hall range of a medieval merchant’s house, possibly built for Thomas Stampe and later known as Tymperleys. It retains its original Queen post roof dating from circa 1475, a rarity in Essex. The...
View more details - William Gilberd Days of Tudor Science - GfB, The Colchester Bookshop
7 Trinity Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JN
Thu 8 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The building occupies part of Colchester’s forgotten mansion, ’The Great Brickhouse’, probably built by the Darcy family in the late 16th or early 17th century. The southern half of the building (number 3)...
View more details - William Gilberd Days of Tudor Science - Fat Face, 'The Great Brickhouse'
2-3 Trinity Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JN
Thu 8 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The building occupies part of Colchester’s forgotten mansion, ’The Great Brickhouse’, probably built by the Darcy family in the late 16th or early 17th century. The southern half of the building (number 5)...
View more details - William Gilberd Days of Tudor Science -  The Dog's Trust, 'The Great Brickhouse'
4-5 Trinity Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JN
Thu 8 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Built by the Saxons around 1000 AD, the church tower is the oldest standing building in Colchester, predating the Norman castle by three quarters of a century. The tower features a small doorway and Romanesque arch constructed...
View more details - William Gilberd Days of Tudor Science - Holy Trinity Church
Trinity Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JN
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The building was the parlour and solar wing of a Tudor merchant’s house, possibly built for Roger Tymperley circa 1490, and now known as Tymperley’s. Interior with late 17th century staircase. The birthplace and...
View more details - William Gilberd Days of Tudor Science - Tymperley's
8 Trinity Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JN
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The building dates from the early 16th century, possibly, with number 12, as part of a carriage arch leading to lands belonging to Tymperleys. By the 18th century it had become a public house known as the Fleur de Lys or Flower de...
View more details - William Gilberd Days of Tudor Science - Icarus
13 Trinity Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JN
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The building is at the end of a short, brick-fronted terrace of houses that outwardly appears to date from the 1870’s, but inside can be seen the low ceilings and exposed beams of a house dating from the 17th century, or...
View more details - William Gilberd Days of Tudor Science - Poppy's
17 Trinity Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1JN
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Small area of the foundations of the Roman theatre that featured in the destruction of Colchester by Boudica in AD 60. Originally had capacity for 3000 spectators. Constructed to the standard D-shaped plan, with the curve of the D...
View more details - Roman Theatre
Maidenburgh Street, Colchester, Essex CO1 1UB
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Europe’s largest Norman keep, built on the foundations of the Roman Temple of Claudius. Colchester Castle was built around 1070 by William the Conqueror and has been a royal fortress, prison and, since 1860, a museum....
View more details - Colchester Castle Museum
Castle Park, Colchester, Essex CO1 1TJ
Sat 10 Sep



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