1485 Legacy Trail Taster Walk

Saturday 25th January, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

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1485 Legacy Trail Taster Walk

Meet in the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre car park at 9.00 am.

Meet local historian Eddie Smallwood in the car park of the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre at 9.00 am for a walk which is approximately 8 KM in length. Walk around the area of the 1485 Battle of Bosworth and visit churches connected to the battle, including Sutton Cheney, where Richard III is reputed to have prayed, and Dadlington where some of the dead from the battle are buried. Hear the story of the battle and learn about the lives and deaths of those involved.

Find out about the sculptures planned for those sites which will tell the story in iconic works of art. The walk will finish back at the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre at around 2.00 pm.

The walk is suitable for adults and children over 12 years of age. Dogs are not permitted.

Parking: In the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre car park which is chargeable.

FREE – Reserve your space here 

‘Inspiring Bosworth’ is a separate project, running in parallel with the development of the art trail. It has been made possible by funding support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Dixie Educational Foundation. This event is not being run by Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre.

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