DRAGON HALL- NORWICH- MEDIEVAL MARKET- DECEMBER 16-17

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DRAGON HALL- NORWICH- MEDIEVAL MARKET- DECEMBER 16-17

Postby jelayemprins » Mon Sep 18, 2006 6:38 pm

Dragon Hall, Norwich. A medieval Market in a unique medieval trading hall, built by wealthy merchant & mayor of Norwich Robert Toppys in 1430's.
Traders - discounts available: Mediaeval Trust members qualify for half-price pitches www.mediaevaltrust.freeuk.com

Massive trading opportunity in busy city centre location just before Christmas 2006!

For further information please email: info@blackknighthistorical.co.uk
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Postby lidimy » Mon Sep 18, 2006 10:34 pm

oh my goodness i am doing my work experience there in 3 weeks time!! :D

i STRONGLY recommend it, it has been recently re-furnished (dont know if that is the right word) and it looks simply fantastic. i cant wait to go there! and i think YOU should too ! :D


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Postby lidimy » Fri Oct 06, 2006 4:21 pm

bump :D

my work experience starts at D. Hall on Monday!! yay! am very excited indeed! i will be completely immersed in history for 2 weeks... bliss.


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Postby Sophia » Sun Oct 08, 2006 2:50 pm

Happy work experience Lidimy - hope it doesn't turn out to be too boring. Best advice I can give is appreciate everything on offer - even the seemingly tedious bits. Working in this sort of environment can often include lots of behind the scenes grunt work. After all History does need dusting occasionally, to say nothing of administering.

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Postby lidimy » Mon Oct 09, 2006 8:55 pm

well, after a VERY stressful morning, it actually was very fun :D i felt like a bit of an idiot at first though, cos i had no idea what to do so i just ended up shadowing people, like a lady in waiting where you always trot a few steps behind, and running to get behind them if they turn behind. lol! but then i ettled in a bit and worked at reception :D

again, DO visit dragon hall, its so lovely!! (and they do weddings!!)


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Re: DRAGON HALL- NORWICH- MEDIEVAL MARKET- DECEMBER 16-17

Postby nick19thind » Mon Nov 28, 2011 7:41 pm

I'm going there for the first time this weekend. What sort of things do the traders usually sell?


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Re: DRAGON HALL- NORWICH- MEDIEVAL MARKET- DECEMBER 16-17

Postby jelayemprins » Tue Jan 10, 2012 8:14 pm

Hello Nick
I haven't been involved with the Dragon Hall event for some years now. Sorry.


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