#CCinLondon: Thomas Woodcock - Garter King of Arms

Thomas Woodcock was appointed Garter King of Arms on 1st April 2010 and is the 37th holder of the Office since it was created by King Henry V in 1417. As Garter King of Arms he is the principal Herald in England and the Senior Officer of the College of Arms. Through Gareth's deeper curiosity, Thomas explains what goes into his role and the work that he does.
27 Jul 2018 English South Africa Society & Culture · Places & Travel

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