NANMA will be focusing on medieval arts and crafts as part of this re-enactment of a medieval pageant which will breath life into medieval history. There's a fancy dress competition for the children, but it doesn't have to be limited to the little ones, why not dress the whole family suitably and join in the fun? Monks, minstrels and music performances throughout the afternoon; feel free to bring your own lute and recorder and play or sing along. Rustic games and pastimes and a hog roast for the hungry also a licensed bar for the thirsty, hopefully providing mead as well.
This is a rare opportunity to visit the site as it is privately owned and not usually open to the public. You can join guided tours of the historic abbey site, and the day ends with a performance of an East Anglian Mystery Play ‘The Conversion of St. Paul’ performed by C67, the local drama group well known for their Shakespearean offerings.