For nearly 500 years Worcester has been known as the city faithful in peace and war, but how accurate is this motto? Worcestershire is famed for its part in the English Civil War, but its complex relationship with the ruling powers extends hundreds of years before and after. From Baronial Wars and plots to murder Elizabeth I, to royal patronage and anti-Nazi guerrilla soldiers, Worcestershire has been home to both loyal and rebellious. Explore the evidence in this exhibition.
Divided Loyalties – Exhibition
by Gemma Martyn Smith | 21st July 2016 |