Beau stars in Poldark

We’ve noticed that the Lloyds Bank television Black Raven K H Day 2010  (161)advert has been shown again in the last week or so.

Did you know that lovely, sleek black stallion that appears in it is Beau, who comes to King Harold Day and enchants young and old alike.

He really is a star.   This week he has been down in Cornwall filming the next series of Poldark.   

If the weather has allowed filming to progress to the finish, then he’ll be at King Harold Day, with his usual rider, The Black Raven Knight.    Well, let’s hope filming has gone well so we can enjoy having Beau with us once again.

Advertisements

King Harold Day admission price slashed

It’s King Harold Day on Saturday (10th October) in the lovely Abbey Gardens at Waltham Abbey, EN9 1XQ.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, Saturday’s programme and attractions have had to be changed.

We have therefore slashed our admission prices for this year only.

All Adults    £2

Children accompanied by adults  –  free of charge

There are still loads of great things to see, including:- magnificent birds of prey; dancers; tours of the Abbey; medieval musicians; visits to the Abbey’s Bell Ringing Chamber; Morris Dancers; animals’ bees; exhibitions; a recital of special music for King Harold Day in the Abbey; a craft fair; a vintage Rolls Royce; Epping Ongar Railway’s Supercar; the English Companions who will show you weapons and objects from medieval times; artwork by the town’s primary schools in the Abbey; a procession through the town centre and a ceremony at the King Harold Memorial Stone in the Churchyard; lots of hands on things for children to do; Have-a-go Archery; and a Hog Roast and delicious doughnuts for your refreshment.

Published in: on October 8, 2015 at 4:48 pm  Leave a Comment  
Tags:

First school signs up for Art Exhibition

The first school has signed up for the King Harold Day Schools’ ArtWHX Primary School Exhibition, and we are delighted to welcome the new Waltham Holy Cross Primary School, which readers will know as the former separate Infant and Junior Schools.

The two Waltham Holy Cross schools have been with us from our very first year, twelve years ago, and have produced some outstanding work.   We look forward to seeing what they come up with this year.