House of Bayard Living History Camp – POSTPONED

Friday 8th May to Sunday 10th May, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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House of Bayard Living History Camp - POSTPONED

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

House of Bayard: The House of Bayard represent a 15th Century French household on loan from the King of France to the Lancastrian cause (Henry Tudor) during the Wars of the Roses and will be portraying a medieval military camp for the weekend. Their medieval camp (complete with their own period bread oven) includes archers, men at arms and, being from the Continent, guns.

Prepare for some loud bangs

Tickets: £2.00 per person (under 3s FREE)

Car parking charges apply

 

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