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History in the News


Collyweston Palace in Northamptonshire may have been as large as Hampton Court

Work rediscover palace has that begun a was lost to once home to Margaret Beaufort, grandmother of Henry VIII. One of the most powerful women of her time, Margaret was given the Northanptonshire manor by her son Henry VII in 1485.

The initial geophysical surveys being carried out at Collyweston

The project was voted on by members of the local historical society “Each year the members of Collyweston Historical Society are asked which subjects they would like to know more about,” says Chris Close, Chairman of the Collyweston Historical Society “The members gave a resounding response that they wanted to learn more about our palace and our society started a major project to find the location of the palace.”

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