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Bradwell Abbey Medieval Fayre

Bradwell Abbey Medieval Fayre

Sunday, 15th September 2019
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre


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Organised by: Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre

Have-a-go archery, birds of prey, knights, squires, monks, markets, food. What’s not to love about the Middle Ages?!

On the 15th September at Bradwell Abbey, one of Milton Keynes most loved heritage sites, immerse yourself with knights, squires and monks as you are transported 800 years to the middle ages. Try on arms and armour, see if you can put Robin Hood through his paces in have-a-go archery and admire magnificent birds of prey. Peruse the wares of historical market traders and enjoy hot food and drinks.

Dressing up is not required but highly recommended. Why not come as a king or a sorceress, let your imagination run wild. You can even let the children dress up as well if you want!

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Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre is a local educational charity that provides talks, workshops, experience days and events on the historical and geographical past, present and future of Milton Keynes. Whether you want to find out about how Milton Keynes was built or you want to be thrown back in time to find out what life was like in the time of the Romans, Anglo-Saxons or other eras contact MKCDC to discuss your group visit.

Location: There is ample parking on the adjoining industrial estate. There is limited parking on the actual Abbey site itself so please keep this free for the less abled.

Access: Full wheelchair access. On-site disabled parking. On-site accessible toilets.  Assistance dogs welcome. Pushchair/pram friendly.

Contact: tel 01908 227229 email information@mkcdc.org.uk

Website: www.mkcdc.org.uk

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