July 22 & 23, 2017

Noon to 5 P.M.

 

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Minstrels

Old World Crafts

 Knightly Combat

Admission:  (cash or check please)

Adults - -  $10.00          60 years & over - - $6.00        

12 years & under - - $6.00          5 years & under - - free

Feast & Festival - - $45.00

Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult at all times

No pets - radios - flash - videos, please

The lord of Camlann invites you to attend his St. James village faire, with  knightly combat, puppetry, music, crafts, archery, and minstrels.  Come to Somersetshire, ancient realm of Arthur the king, as our morning trumpet & charter proclamation open the village gates upon the colorful world of Chaucer's England in 1376. The pace is leisurely: everything does not happen at once. The scale is small, intimate: leave behind the hectic 21st century.

Swords-master Demonstrations 

Puppetry by Jacob Priestley's troop Goliards (Sat) - Paynes Magykes (Sun)

Long Bow Archery Demonstrations.  Village Freemen

Sheep petting for young & old

Visitors can join villagers in Freemen Training  (for 12 yrs & older) 

Minstrels  PaynesMagykes with humor & sleight of hands.

Villagers demonstrate excellent wares to carry home to your manor house

  Craft presentations at Camlann are chosen to feature the kind of hand-made goods that were produced in the middle ages.  Preference is given to artisans who can demonstrate the use of medieval tools and techniques.

   Here you may purchase unique gifts and useful items incorporating medieval art designs, and join in our village life - - you can wear or rent fine attire, shoot the longbow, and try the games of skill.

 

BOOKS, POTTERY & NOTIONS:  

 Scribe's Shop  

CLOTHING  RENTALS:  

   Clothier Shoppe 

Festival Food:   For lunch, our food stall has wholesome ploughman´┐Żs meals, pasties, and muste to drink; You may sit down at The Bors Head and order ale, wine or mead with a hot lunch (NOON - 3:00 pm);   Enjoy our outdoor dining area.  Call ahead to reserve a table for a wondrous dinner (5:00 to 7:00 pm).  The Summer Feast begins at 5:00 pm.

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