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Medieval Weekend

An event in May in Lincolnshire
Church Farm Village
Skegness
Lincolnshire
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Event timing: Spring Bank Holiday Weekend
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The Knights of Skirbeck and Church Farm Village are proud to present a 3 day Medieval event, over the bank holiday weekend

There will be a medieval encampment, knights, squires, men-at-arms and archers in combat, cooks preparing food for the household, ladies demonstrating medieval crafts, smelly peasants (sorry about them) a wise woman and a jester!

Budding knights of all ages will be able to handle weapons & try on armour, while those less bloodthirsty can help grind corn or try some medieval games.

During the day there will be a number of different shows on the village green, and have-a-go archery in the orchard. The numerous buildings will all be open to explore as well as the medieval encampment.

So if you've ever wondered what it's like to sleep in a medieval tent, wear armour or how various ailments were cured in the middle ages - here's your chance to find out!

The Church Farm Village is situated on Church Road South, Skegness. PE25 2HF just follow the brown signs for the "Church Farm Museum"

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