The Guilde – POSTPONED
Friday 10th April - Sunday 12th April, 10:30 am - 4:30 pm.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
Experience what life was like for soldiers and their followers in the 17th Century
Witness Musketry. Sword & Archery Displays.Get involved in Bill Drill .Enjoy Cookery Demonstrations
We are a unique group of experienced and new to re-enactment people, who have come together to recreate History during a time of turmoil during 16th and 17th Century.
We portray the reality of life as group of soldiers and their followers on the road, we are self sufficient, we cook over open fires, and sleep under canvas.
The land around us supplies us with everything we need and the skills of the people in the historical camp, feed us, clothe us and protect us.
We are loyal to whosoever pays the coin.
We bring for your entertainment:
Musketry displays (taken from original 16th/17th Century manuals)
Sword skills, Pike, Bill, Cannon and Archery.
Cooking demonstration (want to try the recipe at home? Ask for a recipe leaflet)
Surgeon talks with original instruments
Medicinal and culinary Herbalist
Our tavern – The Pale Horse
Our tents are open for your inspection
Everyday skills – some recognisable some forgotten
We are all happy to talk to you about our lives in the camp
Cost £2.00 per person (under 3s FREE) plus Normal Admission fees.
Live Lute Music
Saturday 26th September, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Nick Gravestock will be playing a combination of a replica 1583 lute and a renaissance guitar dressed in authentic reproduction costume of the late Elizabethan period, in the Great Chamber at the 1620s House & Garden.
Sunday 25th October, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
A beautiful venue to hold our Autumn Fair. stalls brimming with brocante, vintage and handmade homeware and gifts.
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