A landmark just outside of Buckinghamshire will feature in this Sunday’s episode of Antiques Roadshow, for the second time in three months.

Stonor Park in Henley will make an appearance on the BBC One programme, which will see experts identify treasures including a unique group of Indian medals, Florence Nightingale’s toolkit and the story of a remarkable female pilot from WW2.

Stonor Park on Antiques Roadshow - Hilary Kay and solider doll

Stonor Park on Antiques Roadshow - Hilary Kay and solider doll

There will also be a segment which focuses on a painting by an unknown artist, some computer generated art with a surprisingly high value and a collection of rare pearls from around the world.

It will be aired on Sunday, May 16 at 7pm.

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The previous episode was aired on February 28.

The South Oxfordshire location, which is not far away from the Bucks/Ox border, also revealed that they will host their annual Medieval Jousting event on May 22 and May 23 between at 10am and 5pm.

The Stonor Park library

The Stonor Park library

The family-friendly event will see The Knights of Royal England display a jousting battle in full armour, with spectacular horseback stunts, as well as foot combat with medieval weaponry.

There will also be falconry displays, 15th century weapon displays, Agincourt History Theatre and archery, with medieval costume competitions and plenty of food and drink.

This also means that the park’s adventure playground, Tumblestone Hollow, which opened at Easter, will also be open throughout the weekend.

Stonor Parks Medieval Jousting event (Paul Upwards)

Stonor Park's Medieval Jousting event (Paul Upwards)

The cost of a ticket includes access to the playground.

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Finally, the park have confirmed that Stonor House, which is one of the oldest family homes still lived in today, dating back to Medieval times, will reopen to the public at the end of the month.

It will reopen its doors on May 29 in line with the government’s Covid-19 roadmap, with the house’s highlights including the grand Gothic revival hall, 17th century library and a dramatic long gallery opening on to beautiful Italianate gardens.

Open on selected days from 1:30pm – 5pm, visitors will need to book times slots online, which run every 15 minutes and social distancing will be in place around the house.

For more information regarding the jousting, visit www.stonor.com/events/medieval-jousting/ or for the house and park itself, visit www.stonor.com.