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26th April

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This Tudor character has been present at the executions of both Ann Boleyn and Kathryn Howard you can chose if you want him to portray an executioner or a soldier.
27th April

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Raiders & Traders:  Our Viking workshop centres on the Vikings’ explorations around the world, the countries they travelled to and invaded and what life was like for them.  The costumed character is a Viking mariner who brings along a model of a Viking ship, (82cms long) to demonstrate.  The children will have the opportunity to get up close with the ship, try on helmets and some chainmail as well as handle artefacts and will have great fun re-creating a shield wall and...
30th April

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The slavery workshop is based on an actual character; John Newton, a slave trader who became sickened by his bloody trade and later became an abolitionist and reformer.
3rd May

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Award-Winning Castle tour; explore with a medieval archer who entertains and educates whilst revealing the secrets and history of the site including amazing longbow and crossbow demonstrations.   

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