The “Prittlewell Prince”


For this week’s historical feature, Margaret Mills told me about the so dubbed, “Prittlewell Prince”.

This involved the excavation of a burial chamber which appears to have been connected with a person of some importance, possibly even a one-time King of Essex, which was found close to the SAXON KING PUB in Prittlewell.

If you missed what Margaret had to say on this subject, you catch it all again here:-

Right I’ll see you again next week – and in a New Year to boot.

Anyway let me take the time out here and now to wish you a very happy, prosperous, peaceful, and hopefully healthy 2021!
Scott

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