Briony Latter took the beautiful photographs. Visit Briony’s website at http://www.flickr.com/photos/crimsonwaves/
Linda Butt, Archivist at De Montfort University helped Sally find out about the history of the Hawthorn Building. The photographs of the development of the site are provided courtesy of DMU Archives.
Permission to use Mike Codd’s impression of the Newarke area of Medieval Leicester was kindly provided by Richard Buckley of University of Leicester Archaeological Services. The picture features in Visions Ancient of Leicester, published by University of Leicester
Extract from Foreword, Memory Poems of War and Love (1918) by Arthur Newberry Choyce, New York, USA, John Lane and Co.
Quotation ‘Reader, I married him’, Jane Eyre, (Chapter 38, 1847), Charlotte Bronte
The photo of Richard III’s statue was taken by Gary Phillpott, Martin England assisted with the audio files and Sally Jack recorded my words.
The music ‘Hornpipe’ on the podcast and virtual tour was composed by Hugh Aston (1485 -1558) and is available copyright free. All other images are from Wikimedia Commons, copyright free.
Dr Will Buckingham provided substantial patient support as I constructed this website.
I am most grateful to everyone for their help and support in the production of my tour.
Farewell and anon, I will look out for you.