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May Day Festival

An event in April in Lincolnshire
Kyme Tower
South Kyme
Lincolnshire
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Event timing: May Day Bank Holiday Weekend
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Come and join a traditional May Day Festival, featuring an authentic medieval encampment, knights in combat, mounted skill at arms displays, have-a-go archery, a Victorian photographer, explore the 14th century tower or the 20+ narrowboats moored alongside, beer tent, mead stall and lots more!

Cheer on your favourite knight as he fights for your honour, or try on some armour for yourself, ask the wise woman for advice on remedies, make friends with some very big horses and try some traditional games - or just relax in the beer tent while the rest of the family do all the energetic stuff!

Fun for all the family and FREE ADMISSION too!

The festival will take place at
Kyme Tower (the remains of a 14th century castle)
Church Lane
South Kyme
Nr Sleaford
Lincolnshire
LN4 4AP

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