Tudor technology

1st November 2002 at 00:00
One of Birmingham's best-known historical houses features on a website created by the Bournville Village Trust. The Selly Manor site gives a glimpse into life in Tudor England along with ideas for primary teachers and children studying the Tudors. It focuses on Selly Manor and Minworth Graves, two timber-frame houses taken from their original sites and moved to Bournville Village.


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