Harry’s Hamtun with Dr Cheryl Butler

 

 

Location: Southampton

Date:

October 25th 2015

Start Time:

2pm

Departs:

Meet outside the Medieval Merchants House, 58 French Street, Southampton SO14 2AT.

Tour Length:

Approximately one and a half hours.

 

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Six hundred years to the very day of the historic Battle of agincourt join charismatic author and historian Dr Cheryl Butler for a walk through the old town of Southampton, spanning its history at the time of Henry V.  Discover the pivotal role Southampton played in the plot to overthrow the young king; and in how the city helped Henry prepare for the now legendary battle.

Harry's Hampton with Dr Cheryl Butler

This walk is hosted by Dr Cheryl Butler as part of the Heritage Lottery funded Road To Agincourt project.

Cost: £2 – Please pay on the day, at the location.

Harry’s Hamtun

Location: Southampton

Dates:

August 2nd, 8th and 9th 2015

Start Times:

11:00am, 2:00pm

Departs:

Meet outside the Medieval Merchants House, 58 French Street, Southampton.

Tour Length:

Approximately one and a half hours.

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This is a walk through the old town of Southampton, spanning its history at the time of Henry V.  Discover the vital role Southampton played in preparations for the historic Battle of Agincourt and, of course, the infamous plot to overthrow the young king.

Harry's Hampton

This walk is hosted by the Southampton Tourist Guides Association.

Cost: £2 – Please pay on the day and at the location

So What Did Agincourt Do For Netley?

Location: Netley

Date:

June 20th 2015

Start Time:

2:30pm

Departs:

Meet at Abbey Hall car park, Netley.

Tour Length:

Approximately one and a half hours

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In this 600th anniversary year of Agincourt, come to Netley for a special Saturday afternoon walk to learn more of the conspirators who were involved in The Southampton Plot to kill the young Henry V and how this involved Netley.

Abbey Hall

So What Did Agincourt Do For Netley? In this 600th anniversary year of Agincourt, come to Netley for a special Saturday afternoon walk to learn more of the conspirators plot to kill Henry V and how this involved Netley.

Meet at Abbey Hall car park, Abbey Hill opposite Grange Road junction, SO31 5FA

This walk is hosted by the Hamble Valley and Eastleigh Heritage Guides.

Cost: £2 – Please pay on the day and at the location

Bustling Bursledon & Agincourt Associations

Location: Bursledon

Dates:

June 21th 2015

Start Time:

2:00pm

Departs:

Great Down Park open space car park, Bursledon.

Tour Length:

Approximately one and a half hours.

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A chance to explore the quiet lanes of old Bursledon and learn more about this village next to the Hamble River that was the centre for developing royal ships during the reign of Henry V. Discover how this ancient maritime centre has played a part in much of the history and heritage of England.

 

Bustling Bursledon & Agincourt Associations

Bustling Bursledon & Agincourt Associations: On this guided walk xxplore the quiet lanes of old Bursledon and learn more about this village next to the Hamble River. Once a centre for shipbuilding supplying fine boats for the Navy, as far back as 600 years ago and the Battle of Agincourt.

Starting point: Great Down Park open space car park – Opposite Bursledon Infants School, Long Lane, Bursledon , SO31 8BZ

This walk is hosted by the Hamble Valley and Eastleigh Heritage Guides.

Cost: £2 – Please pay on the day and at the location

Historic Hamble

Location: Hamble

Dates:

July 18th 2015

Start Time:

2pm

Departs:

Meet at Hamble Square by bus stop, High Street, Hamble SO31 4LS.

Tour Length:

Tour lasts approximately one and a half hours

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It may now seem like a sleepy coastal village but at the time of The Battle of Agincourt, Hamble was one of the most important medieval ship building centres in the country. This tour will reveal where troops trained ready for the great battle in France and where those conspiring to overthrow Henry V met to plot his downfall.

Historic Hamble & Henry V

Historic Hamble & Henry V guided walk reveals the importance this sleepy coastal hamlet played in the role of Henry V’s epic victory at the Battle of Agincourt. In association with Hamble Valley and Eastleigh Heritage Guides.

This walk is hosted by the Hamble Valley and Eastleigh Heritage Guides.

Cost: £2 – Please pay on the day and at the location

Otterbourne And The Southampton Plot

Location: Otterbourne

Date:

August 5th 2015

Start Time:

7.30pm

Departs:

Meet on The Green near the Otter Inn, Otterbourne.

Tour Length:

Tour lasts approximately one and a half hours

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To celebrate the 600th Anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt, this evening walk recounts the role Otterbourne played in the story of those who planned to murder Henry V in Southampton, before he sailed for France and the Battle of Agincourt.

 

 

Otterbourne And The Southampton Plot

Otterbourne & The Plot To Kill King Henry V: Guided Walk around Otterbourne recounting the story of those who planned to murder Henry V before he sailed for France and the Battle of Agincourt.

Meet at: The green oposite The Otter Inn pub,Boyatt Lane, Otterbourne, SO21 2HW

This walk is hosted by the Hamble Valley and Eastleigh Heritage Guides.

Cost: £2 – Please pay on the day and at the location

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