There are 5 photo albums.
Education Project - Romans (7 photos)
Set in first century Londinium, ''Ultima Britannia" explores a city newly rebuilt after its destruction by Boudicca and notorious among Roman officials as a hardship posting. The south aisle of the church becomes the villa that occupied the site two thousand years ago, and children are also able to walk at Roman street level through the crypt and handle artefacts of the period.
Cathedral Camp (10 photos)
All Hallows by the Tower regularly hosts one of the CSV Cathedral Camps, when a group of around 14 volunteers between the ages of 16-25 take on various conservation projects around the building. The Cathedral Camps offer young people the chance to participate in the care of some fine examples of historic architecture at first hand, which can lead to long term understanding and commitment to conservation.
Knollys Rose Ceremony (12 photos)
The Knollys Rose Ceremony is held in June each year and is organised by the Company of Watermen and Lightermen of the River Thames. On that day one red rose is plucked from the garden in Seething Lane and taken to the Mansion House on the altar cushion of All Hallows by the Tower, where this 'rose rent' is presented to the Lord Mayor.
Beating the Bounds (12 photos)
Beating the Bounds has its roots in medieval times, when parishes reaffirmed their boundaries by circling them in procession, pausing to beat each boundary mark with wands and pray for the crops. Each year on Ascension Day All Hallows by the Tower, with the aid of students from St Dunstan's College, follows this tradition and prayers are said for the parish, its business community and the City. The ceremony is followed by Festal Evensong in the presence of the Lord Mayor and Sheriffs.
Education Project - Tudors (12 photos)
"Baited Hooks" focused on the 1530s, just before Henry VIII's marriage to Anne Boleyn was made public. The children became Tudor apprentices and citizens, encountering some of the characters and dilemmas of the time. A practical workshop enabled them to experience some of the realities of life as a London apprentice as they visited Watermen's Hall and prepared music and dance for the coronation of Anne Boleyn.