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Robin Hood Country and Game Show

An event in May in Essex
Brentwood Park
Brentwood
Essex
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Introducing the Robin Hood Country and Game show Set around our 16th Century re-enactment village, your family will enjoy Archery, Owls, Jousting, Sword-fighting and Tales from Sherwood Forest, foretold by one of Robins Merry-men.

A clear winner in the Days-out Diary, the Robin Hood Country and Game fair proves to be a clear favourite - from the hearty English Countryman, right down to the knight aspiring youngsters.

Ticket enquiries 01702 549622 or email christine@aztecevents.co.uk
You will find discounted prices on our website if you pre-book tickets for this event.

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