King Harold Day People

These are some of the Craftsmen and women who take part in King Harold Day:-

Jenny Roberts of Abbey Sweetmeats brings along her home-made preservJenny Roberts of Abbey Sweetmeatses and produce.

Ron Chapman haRon Chapmans his paintings of old Waltham Abbey.

Ricky James has rocks and fossils, some of them mounted in jewellery.Ricky James



Grunal Moneta is a medieval moneyer, what we would know as the Royal Mint.   He has Grunal Moneta the medieval moneyermade a special dye so that he can produce King Harold coins for the event.   He also lets children have a go at making their own coins.

Herbal Haven bring along a huge selection of herbs, which are always much in demand.

Jill Cherry with the potter’s wheelJill Cherry with her potter’s wheel.   Sometimes children are allowed to take a turn with it.

Pat Klijn and Elva Nash have a huge selection of hand-sewn items, including embroidery and cushions.   They also make colourful puppets.

Sally Macpherson helps children to make clay models.

Georgia Wisbey makes willow crowns Georgia Wisbey teaches people how to make and decorate willow crowns.

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