Medieval & Tudor Living History
Inclusive & interactive experiences delivered in a day of history and fun
Learn how crafts supported the life of people in Medieval/Tudor times
Look at arms and armour of an archer
Compare how rich and poor people lived
Armour - trying on various items, under strict supervision. (This is real armour including, helmets, swords, jackchains, billhook and wild boar spear).
Arms - children experience the life of a bill man using safe wooden replica arms taking part in marching a drill.
Black Death - Disease, health and medicine are explored!
Clothing - a variety of garments, rich and poor for children to dress in.
Crafts - hands on experience in rope making, skipping rope for the class and beehives.
Food - using all their senses to re-create history, smells and sights of various spices and dishes.
Housing - artefacts to show how hard life was between townspeople and villagers - between rich and poor.
Puppets - meet St. George and his dragon for some moments of mayhem!
Re-enactment - A whole class re-enactment of the Peasant's Revolt. Using the King's crown, flags, wooden (safe) swords and assorted medieval clothing to help set the scene.
If you have a particular preference for any of these topics or have others you wish to be covered, I will be more than happy to discuss this with you in more detail prior to my visit.