Wrest Park will be holding the country’s largest celebration of St George this weekend as England’s patron saint does battle with a mythical beast.
The event will be held on Saturday and Sunday,April 26 and 27 and as part of the festival anybody with the names George or Georgina will be allowed in free.
It will not be only to celebrate St George’s Day, but also 300 years since the coronation of King George I and a year after the birth of Prince George.
And if you decide to visit you will get to see knife-edge jousting tournaments, breathtaking displays of historical falconry with beautiful birds of prey, mighty medieval demonstrations of archery and fire-power, and sensational stories about history’s most colourful characters.
Colourful encampments will provide a rolling programme of entertainment throughout each day from fire-breathing and flying to all the fun of the festival with Punch and Judy.
There will also be an authentic historic market to wander around and children and adults can watch and take part in a host of other period activities including an interactive children’s theatre, mock children’s battle, even a dragon themed puppet show and of course the mischievous jester
Adult weekend tickets cost £22.50 each, while children can attend for £13.50, or for one day’s entry the adult price is £15 and children’s admission is £9.20.
To find out more about ticket prices or free entry visit www.english-heritage.org.uk/wrestpark.