The 2010 event included Horses through history, battle re-enacting, The Knights of Honour, Devilstick Peat our resident Jester and demonstrations from the SCA The Kingdom of Drachenwald. There was Falconer - Out on a wing Falconry and a medieval market with traders selling their exotic and varied wares.

There was story telling and tales on Saturday from 'The Yarnsmith of Norwich' and on Sunday from Brother Lawrence, a medieval monk. There was a living history encampment, pole lathe turning, weaving, an historic blacksmith handcrafting tools, etc and general activities including have-a-go archery.

Throughout the weekend, medieval band Serpentyne was strolling around, to regale the crowds with authentic minstrelsy. They was also running 'medieval ceilidhs', where they taught the fun loving how to shake a leg in genuine medieval style. A competition was be held for the best children’s period costume and a children’s tournament was staged.

A Great Fun day out was had by all !

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