Sue Allan is the author of the popular New World Trilogy that began in 2005 with the publication of the best selling novel ‘The Mayflower Maid’.
As well as writing historical fiction, Sue has become something of an oracle when it comes to the subject of the English Separatists – many of whom later became better known as The Pilgrim Fathers.
She has helped and advised on numerous projects relating to the subject including several documentaries about the Pilgrim Fathers including ‘Who Do You Think You Are USA’, ‘Monumental’ and BBC ‘Coast’.
In November 2012 Sue was appointed as Official Historian at Scrooby Manor. In 2014 she became a member of the board and Historian for the Pilgrim Fathers UK Origins Association and CIC. She has also published numerous non-fiction articles and been featured in a number of magazines, including ‘The Smithsonian’.
Sue runs the popular ‘Mayflower Pilgrim Tours’ (with exclusive rights of access to the grounds of Scrooby Manor) guiding visitors around the Mayflower Trail, spanning the Pilgrim sites in the three counties of South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, as she brings their story alive in her very own special way.
For this Sue has been awarded the prestigious NOTTINGHAMSHIRE STARS 2013 AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN CUSTOMER SERVICE.
She is also available to present lively lectures on both the Pilgrim Fathers and related subjects.
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re: Sue being awarded SMDPA 2014
Scholar of the Year.
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