Martin Carver called his 1998 book reporting on his campaign of investigations at Sutton Hoo, Suffolk: Sutton Hoo. Burial Ground of Kings? Here I discuss childs’ play at the heritage site; the ‘playground of kings’.
I recently revisited the National Trust site of Sutton Hoo in order to explore the exhibition hall and the mounds.
It was a long haul from North Wales and I took with me two of my kids. We stopped en route in a hotel. Their toys – the crow acquired at Stonehenge called Maximus, Twinkle the owl and mummy and baby bear – came too. They all enjoyed watching the early morning rabbits outside the hotel window before we headed on to Suffolk.
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