The Tudor Tailor will be trading at The International Living History Festival (ILHF) on April 2-3 this year. The ILHF has moved to a new venue and will take place at the fabulous Cressing Temple Barns in Essex. Cressing Temple has unique buildings and gardens. Given to the Knights Templar in 1137, its Grade I-listed Barley and Wheat Barns, built in the 13th century, are among the oldest timber barns and few surviving Templar buildings in England. Permanent displays inside outline the history of the Templars and the site. Among Cressing Temple’s many gardens, the Walled Garden is faithfully reconstructed as a Tudor pleasure garden – one of few in the country.
The International Living History Festival features not only an historical market but also living history displays, lectures, seminars, and immersive hands-on history activities. It is a great meeting place and day out for all the family. For more information see http://www.livinghistoryfairs.co.uk