Gallery: Medieval Mayhem at Framlingham Castle
VISITORS to an historic landmark were able to take a step back in time.
Framlingham Castle hosted Medieval Mayhem on Sunday and Monday.
Nearly 3,000 visitors, young and old, were able to experience life in the Middle Ages.
It included archery displays, cookery demonstrations, mini battles and a living history encampment.
There were also medieval crafts, story telling and a variety of activities to keep children entertained.
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Rachel Bendon, site supervisor at Framlingham Castle, said the two days were a huge success.
“It was our final event of the year and it went very well,” she said. “We have had an extremely successful summer all round and this was our big send off.
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“The weather was kind. There were a couple of showers but not enough to put anyone off. Everyone had a lot of fun.”