Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Harvington Hall, near Kidderminster, Worcestershire - This moated medieval & Elizabethan manor is owned by the Archdiocese of Birmingham. It has secret hiding places & rare wall paintings. To the left is the main Elizabethan building; to the right the North Tower, also originally Elizabethan but reconstructed about 1756 with Georgian staircase & windows. Between them is the low central part, with the gateway & a single tall chimney.

Harvington Hall, near Kidderminster, Worcestershire - This moated medieval & Elizabethan manor is owned by the Archdiocese of Birmingham. It has secret hiding places & rare wall paintings. To the left is the main Elizabethan building; to the right the North Tower, also originally Elizabethan but reconstructed about 1756 with Georgian staircase & windows. Between them is the low central part, with the gateway & a single tall chimney.

pin 2
speech 1
Wilton carpet (Carpet)  Date: 1896 (made)  Place: Kidderminster  Artist/maker: Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley

Wilton carpet (Carpet) Date: 1896 (made) Place: Kidderminster Artist/maker: Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley

pin 1
Saint Thomas More at Harvington Hall, Harvington, UK

Saint Thomas More at Harvington Hall, Harvington, UK

pin 1
Meeting of the Worcestershire Archery Society in the Gardens of Lea Castle, Wolverley, near Kidderminster     1858

Meeting of the Worcestershire Archery Society in the Gardens of Lea Castle, Wolverley, near Kidderminster 1858