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TOP 10: LIVING HISTORY FESTIVALS

BOSWORTH MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL

17-18 AUGUST

Bosworth Battlefield, Leicestershire bit.ly/2MukpKL

Commemorating the most famous (and last) battle of the Wars of the Roses, Bosworth Medieval Festival is a feast of historical fun. Events include jousting, a medieval market, talks and the climatic re-enactment of the battle that deposed Richard III and put Henry Tudor on the throne. There are plenty of activities for children, as well as weaponry displays. Entry to the festival also gives entry to the award-winning Bosworth exhibition. Tickets are available online, from the Ticket Office or by calling 01455 290429, and are valid for both days of the festival.

Relive the sharp end of Plantagenet history – and the birth of a new dynasty
LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL X1, MARTIN COOK X1
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