my Granddaughters school had a visit planned and I went along to help out. In the 1950s it used to be a library and as a child i spent many happy hours there. So I was keen to see what it had to offer now. we arrived at 10am we were taken into the medieval dining room, the children were all told to sit down by the head servant who was dressed as a medieval servant, he had the children spellbound, with his stories of life as a servant and even had some of the children dress up as servants. we also had the Landowner visit he was also dressed up and the children were enthralled. the twenty two, seven and eight year old children had a great time as well as learning about the Tudors. we left at one thirty but the children wanted to stay longer.
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