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Sir John Savile's Household Living History Weekend

Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, Forest Corner,, Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire, NG21 9RN
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Sir John Savile's Household Living History Weekend

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Sir John Savile's Household Living History Weekend
Sunday 26 & Bank Holiday Monday 27 May 2019 | 11am - 4pm
Free entry but normal parking charges apply

Step back in time, to 15c England, during the Wars of the Roses.

Walk amongst the townsfolk, soldiers and travelling merchants, see the men and women of the camp go about their daily chores and watch the soldiers train with bills, bows and guns!

Who are Sir John Savile's Household?
Sir John Savile's Household was formed in 1995 with the intention of portraying the family, servants and retinue of the Savile family from the middle of the fifteenth century until the beginning of the reign of Henry Tudor.

 

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