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Ham Hill Medieval Fayre 3rd September

Posted: Sat Jun 25, 2016 2:33 pm
by MickW
There is a popular annual event at Ham Hill (near Yeovil), Somerset, every September. This year's theme will be "medieval" to celebrate a Lottery funded project underway to restore ponds and a stream associated with a Deserted Medieval Village at Witcombe under the ramparts of the Iron Age Hill Fort.

The event will be strong on education about local heritage and it is expected that a large number of families will attend.

Living history presenters are needed, with an emphasis on crafts, living conditions, domestic activities of the Middle Ages.

Mick Wooden
Chair, Friends of Ham Hill

Re: Ham Hill Medieval Fayre 3rd September

Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2016 2:18 pm
by Tafskie
I have messaged you on here. Kind Regards

Tom

Re: Ham Hill Medieval Fayre 3rd September

Posted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 7:08 pm
by damianclarke
HI Mick I saw that this is an annual event and as I live in Dorset, I wondered if I would be of interest? I'm a Hammer Dulcimer and Hurdy Gurdy player, with which I also sing. Happy to do demonstration spots to adults and children, I'm an ex teacher with a disclosure certificate.
There's info at www.damianclarke.co.uk but let me know if you want more. I'm playing Herstmonceux Medieval Festival this year again and I do lots out in Germany. I also regularly play for the people at Leicester Guildhall amongst others.
I live in Dorchester but as you can see I travel everywhere.
I can send music, info and video links.
I'll be playing at Kingsbury Episcopy Mayfest on May 7th if you anted to see me or I have a gig in Yetminster on Feb 11th.
All the best.
Damian Clarke
voxpopontheroad@yahoo.co.uk