BBC Antiques experts will be giving their time next month to help raise money for a major local conservation project. Fotheringhay Church (the village where Mary Queen of Scott was beheaded in 1587 at Fotheringhay Castle and the Birthplace of King Richard 111 in 1452).
Fotheringhay Antiques Valuation Day will take place in the Village from midday until 5p.m. on the Sunday 2nd July 2017. The Friends of Fotheringhay Church which has organised the event, will welcoe the likes of George Archdale, John Benjamin, Bunny Campiione, Dendy Easton, John Foster and Lars Tharp, who are all familiar faces to viers of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow. President of the Friends, Lady Victoria Leatham (formerly of Burghley House in Stamford), will also be reprising her former role and valuing items on the day.
Visitors are encourages to bring silver, clocks, jewellery, dolls, toys, collectables, paintings, furniture, and ceramics.