Explore The Royal Camp of Edward IV

Saturday 19th October, 10:00 am - 3:30 pm

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Explore The Royal Camp of Edward IV

Join living history group L.E.A.D. as they recreate the camp of the Yorkist King Edward IV, older brother of Richard Duke of Gloucester, as he travels through his realm during the Wars of the Roses

Meet some of the key Yorkist players in the Wars of the Roses along with their servants and military escorts, discover how people dressed and behaved at court.

As well as a busy timed programme, including arming a knight, a fashion show and etiquette talk, the living history camp will include fascinating cookery demonstrations, fight training and plenty of hands-on medieval engagement.

An excellent event for anyone interested in or studying the Wars of the Roses.

Admission £2.00 per person.

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