The bridge shown is 'Essex Bridge' which crosses the River Trent on the edge of Cannock Chase and the Shugborough Estate in Staffordshire. It was built in 1550 by the then Earl of Essex for Queen Elizabeth I so that when she visited the estate she could go hunting in the woodland around the local village. It is now the longest remaining packhorse bridge in England with fourteen of its original forty round span arches left.
Contents: 14 count or 27 count evenweave fabric, DMC cotton threads, needle, chart and full instructions.
Approx. Size: 31cm x 22cm
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