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We can offer you any of the following hands-on workshops for 90 minutes on:

Everyday life and living

Weapons & warfare


Medicine & surgery

Life within a Castle


Crime & Punishment

St George & the dragon

The Battle of Agincourt 1415

The Church & Religion

A Medieval Banquet

Medieval Christmas

Life within an Abbey

Paintings & Portraits

The Black Death

Medieval Pilgrimage

The Peasants Revolt

The Battle of Bosworth 1485

Childhood & pastimes

Food & Cooking

Magna Carta

Robin Hood

Education & Schooling

Battle of Evesham 1265

Recycling & Sustainability


Hundred Years War

Medieval Farming




Richard III

Henry V

Wycliffe’s Bible

Caxton & the printing press

Warwick the Kingmaker

Medieval Trades

Henry VII

We also offer practical sessions lasting 60 minutes on any of the following:


Cannon Loading

Bill Drill

Wattle & Daub

We can even offer you half day or a full day festival.
This session is based on us spending either half a day or even a full day at your school where your pupils have the opportunity to participate with a variety of themed activities, games, workshops and practical sessions. This day is set around the normal working day at the school for your class/year group,where we deliver a timetable of activities agreed by yourself. Year groups can be catered for subject to our staff availability.

Tailored to the children's needs and enhances their curriculum period of study
St Bedes Catholic School
Thank you for the Medieval workshop on Wednesday. It was great.
I learned a lot and the Battle at the end was brilliant.

A Child at Worcestershire Home Education Group

Absolutely first rate! Enjoyed by staff & pupils alike.

Holy Trinity School

How about a walk around Worcester with...

The Medieval Story

Walk the City and its walls with the medieval fuller as he takes you to an age when it was dirty, smelly and fatal disease could be as common as catching a cold! It was not all bad though, and you will hear how Worcester became wealthy thanks to the wool trade.