Ipswich people can now sign up to help create a commemorative quilt which will form part of an exhibition at The Hold.
A grant from the Thomas Wolsey 550 Project has helped a singing group charity learn songs for flashmobs at heritage sites in Ipswich.
Ipswich’s Wolsey 550 project has found a brand-new way to spark interest in the town’s heritage among young people.
Pupils in local high schools encouraged to enter competition to celebrate all things Cardinal Wolsey.
Ipswich School launches essay competition as part of its support for the Thomas Wolsey 550 Project.
Artwork created by Ipswich young people working alongside a professional artist is brightening up a town centre street.
If you are planning to join the thousands of people who have flocked to see the temporary Wolsey’s Ipswich exhibition at The Hold, please don’t delay as the exhibition will be drawing to a close on 29th October.
Why Wolsey’s hat was granted its own carriage Did you know that one of the precious artifacts included in the current exhibition, Wolsey’s Ipswich, being held at Suffolk Archives’ The Hold, is the actual hat worn by Thomas Wolsey over 500 years ago? At the time, Wolsey’s treasured Cardinal’s hat – a red, wide-brimmed ‘galero’
Ipswich choir invited to sing in York Minster Celebrations to mark the 550th anniversary of the birth of Cardinal Thomas Wolsey in Ipswich temporarily moved to Yorkshire recently with the choir from the town’s St Mary le Tower church invited to take part in a special service in York Minster where Wolsey was Archbishop back
Cardinal Wolsey visits Nettuno and a sacred shrine with Suffolk connections The Thomas Wolsey 550 Project is very lucky to have the support of one of the UK’s best Cardinal Wolsey re-enactors – Phil Roberts. Not only does Phil bear a striking resemblance to the great man himself but years of dedicated research means he