Tudor Monastry Farm

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bonniethomas06
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Tudor Monastry Farm

Post: #276839 bonniethomas06
Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:28 pm

I LOVE it!!

It really feels like that period was when life as we know it was shaped the most. It is really getting my selfsufficientish juices flowing again - about time!

And Peter Ginn in a pair of hose...what could be better :iconbiggrin:

Anyone else hooked?
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Re: Tudor Monastry Farm

Post: #276886 tizzy
Mon Nov 25, 2013 1:02 am

Yep :icon_smile: The Tudor period is one of my favourite, especially as sheep were so important to the whole economy then. The re-enactment team have done some fantastic series but this is my favourite since they did tales from the green valley.

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Re: Tudor Monastry Farm

Post: #278019 jamesintayside
Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:31 pm

That was an awesome prog - we should have more like it - The Green valley was good as was the other progs they did.
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