National Living History Fayre, Oct 25th & 26th

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National Living History Fayre, Oct 25th & 26th

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The October 25th & 26th NLHF at Onley Grounds Equestrian Centre near Rugby CV23 8AJ is the largest Re-enactment / LARP Market in the UK, we will have over 136 traders and FREE ADMISSION.

Still a few spaces available thanks to the extensive building works that have taken place at the venue, which among other things means that the Rock & Blues covers band "SESSION" will be playing Saturday night on the new Mezzanine in front on the restaurant, overlooking both Arenas - this area links through to the (subsidised!) Bar.

Loads of photographs and info on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/NationalLivingHistoryFayre
Or our website at http://www.nlhf.co.uk

I'll publish a full traders list nearer the time on the facebook page and on the website.

If you want a Booking Form, e-mail me davidksmith56 AT gmail.com
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hi dave usual spot please
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That'll be the comfy sofa by the log fire in the Bar? :-)
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Is there any other place old boy?
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Is this a big event?

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RyanA wrote:Is this a big event?
is that a real question?
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Can I cook real food on that real question?

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How to win friends and influence people ! lol :P
I might be in the gutter....but I'm still looking up at the takeaway !.

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Will I need to wear my wellies this year?
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That depends on what you had in mind, Sir.
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Baaa Baa Humbug!
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Currently 144 Traders, enquiries still coming in and outside pitches being allocated.

Plus a 400m Archery Range, Air Rifle Target Range, Medieval Sword Fighting Tournament, "Session Live" Rock and Blues Band on Saturday Night.

Camping available for nominal fee if booked in advance.

FREE admission :-)

Lots of photographs on facebook https://www.facebook.com/NationalLivingHistoryFayre and our website http://www.nlhf.co.uk

We will publish a list of traders shortly.

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don't care, we will still be there, so there!
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