Hampton Court Palace – See the lost dress of Elizabeth I – The Bacton Altar Cloth
It seems likely that the embroidered silk cloth found its way to Bacton by association with Blanche Parry, Elizabeth’s most faithful servant and almost life-long companion. It is likely that it was sent to Bacton by the Queen or her ladies-in-waiting in memory of Blanche.
The Bacton Church Altar Cloth is a rare survival of an Elizabethan dress worn by Elizabeth I. Also as part of the exhibition the iconic Rainbow Portrait will also be on display at Hampton Court Palace.
Timings: Leave Leominster 7:45am., Hereford at 8:10am., Ross on Wye 8:50.
We will depart at approx 5:00pm and travel back to Ross at 8:45pm, Hereford at 9:15pm and then Leominster at 9:45pm.
Costs: Including entry fees, exhibition & travel is £49.00 per person
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