Re-Creation of Tudor Life
Long Melford, county of Suffolk, England
Michaelmas was a most important time for folk in Tudor times because it was usually the time to celebrate a good harvest (they hoped) having been brought safely in. This was vital as without a good harvest safely gathered some might starve by early spring.
The Re-Creation of Tudor life is concentrated around the feast day and traditions, offering opportunities to meet the family and their servants cooking and serving feast meals at Kentwell Hall. In the gardens outside camps of artisans and peasants are located, who hold their own celebrations, demonstrating daily life and habits, how people worked and celebrated in that period.
Please contact the Organizers for confirmation and further details.
Info & Contact
Association/organization name Kentwell Hall, Gardens & Farm
Address: Kentwell Hall, Long Melford village, county of Suffolk, CO10 9BA
Pictures © http://www.kentwell.co.uk