People come from far and wide to step back in time and experience everything medieval. It’s very much a family affair with plenty to do whether you’re young or old. The Burning of the Dragon on the Saturday night is not to be missed, driven on by the primal beat of the Drummers, the heartbeat of the carnivale.
Medieval performers, parades and fighting:
~ Grand Parade – Don’t miss the daily parade as it wanders through the site at 1pm.
~ On the Main stage – Live Music and Dancers.
~ In the Combat Arena – Live action as Reenactors and Medievalist do battle.
~ Burning of the Dragon – Saturday evening from 5pm with Fire Performers and Drummers.
Wander, experience and over indulge:
~ Many Market stalls including handcrafted goods and clothing.
~ A variety of scrumptious gourmet foods to fill your belly
~ Tastings and sales of locally produced wines, ciders and mead.
~ Camel rides
~ Raptors in flight and snakes to cuddle.
~ Archery Tag with Primal Archery.