When: 22nd – 25th October 2009 Where: Newton-under-Roseberry, North Yorkshire £: Free (booking required) What is it? A four day outdoor event where the village of Newton-under-Roseberry is transformed into an enchanting landscape to be explored with music, visual arts, dance, performances and light. It celebrates the myths and legends of the Norse god, Odin, under the […]
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When: 26th & 27th September 2009 Where: Audley End House & Gardens, Essex £: 10.70 for adults & 5.40 for children What is it? Bountiful Harvest Time is a harvest themed food and activities weekend. Including food stalls, games and competitions for all the family. More info: Bountiful Harvest Time!
When: 26th & 27th September 2009 Where: Clifford’s Tower, North Yorkshire £: 3.50 for adults & 1.80 for children What is it? Find out what King Henry VIII would have had for breakfast and some of the secrets of Tudor cookery. This event coincides with the York Food & Drink Festival. More info: King Henry’s […]
When: Every Saturday & Bank Holiday Monday (from April until the end of September) Where: Ware, Hertfordshire £: Free (donations welcomed) What is it? The Grotto belonged to an 18th Century poet called John Scott. Scott’s Grotto is a series of interconnected chambers, extending 67ft into the chalk hillside. The chambers and tunnels are lined […]
When: 23rd October – 1st November 2009 Where: Brodsworth Hall and Gardens, South Yorkshire £: 7.50 for adults & 6 for children What is it? The Enchanted Garden. The Victorian gardens will be illuminated for the young and old to wander through. It promises to provide a bewitching night-time experience. More info: English Heritage
When: 30th & 31st August 2009 Where: Pendennis Castle, Cornwall £: 12 for adults and 6 for children What is it? King Henry’s Joust. Get a taste of the Tudor lifestyle as King Henry VIII and his queen head up a day of courtly music, falconry and knights jousting. More info: English Heritage