17th century VILLAGE Little WOODHAM
My uber talented and creative cousin in England is always involved in the most fascinating projects.
During our very quick visit, she told me of her involvement as a volunteer for a preserved 17th century village run by the Gosport Living History Society. As a living history interpreter, dressed in period costume, they give visitors the experience of rural life in the South of England.
I, of course, was keen to see the preserved village, and I am always interested in how people live and dwellings in general, so what a wonderful opportunity to see…
This is one of two resident foxes – willow – they are in charge of mice control, and are very good at their job. Sorry a little blurry, they are very quick, and I was so excited as I have never seen a fox before.
The Village of Little WOODHAM is maintained by the volunteers and everything that you see is authentically from the mid 1600s.
Blacksmith and woodwork demonstrations are some of the activities you may find.
How to fix wheels would have been important and this gentleman was showing us how.
Those were the ladies cooking in the first picture, all in their traditional dress.
We also enjoyed card games by a trickster and knitting by his lovely wife.
Facebook.com/pages/Little-Woodham/ or www.littlewoodham.org.uk
My name is Sue Womersley and I am an Interior Decorator from White Rock BC, the Westcoast of Canada, sharing my love of design, travel, decorating with you.
Hi Sue, Love the blogs and pictures. We must have coffee when you get back and I get back from Kuala Lumpur at the end of June.
Heading to Heathrow now, have a great trip, love to see you.