Families take a step back in time at the medieval day at Ely Museum
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Lords and peasants mingled at Ely museum when there was a living history day with a re-enactment group.
Visitors enjoyed an insight into medieval life with re-enactors from House Bonivant who spoke about knights, lords and ladies.
A House Bonivant spokesman said: “Thank you so much for hosting us. A really good day with some fantastic people to talk to.”
Events enjoyed by everybody included arrows, archers and armour. There was also fun activities for all ages.
House Bonivant is a history re-enactment group based in Kent which travels across the UK for a range of historically theme.
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Recent days out for the historical crew include a day entertaining at Leeds Castle and also at Headingham Castle in Essex.
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