Lord Protector’s Historical Fair at Oliver Cromwell’s House is hailed a ‘success’
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Dozens of people visited Oliver Cromwell’s House in Ely at the weekend as part of The Lord Protector’s Historical Fair.
There were a range of historical traders selling their wares, as well as gifts and games and items for the home.
Historical re-enactors and enthusiasts were on hand during the day and gave demonstrations.
A spokesman for the house said the event was for “those with a taste for the unique and wonderful” and thanked volunteers, staff and visitors for “making it such a huge success”.
Michael Rouse, who attended the fair, said: “Really great fun and a wonderful range of crafts and historic goods.”