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Battlefield 1403 Medieval Banquet

Battlefield 1403 Medieval Banquet Battlefield 1403 have decided to go back to their Medieval Roots and celebrate the anniversary of the battle in true foodie style on the 6th August 2016.

They will take you back to the year 1403 where you and your friends are invited to a hearty 3 course meal of local food, eaten as we once would have done. With a proper Medieval Banquet in a true Medieval setting of the stunning church just on the edge of the Battlefield. Using old recipes, meat reared on the estate, vegetables grown locally and all cooked in the kitchens at the café. A welcome drink of mead and washed down with local ales the event promises to be a totally unique experience.

Met by reenactment characters, entertained by medieval games and dancing this dinner promises to be like nothing ever experienced, at £30 pp and only 100 tickets available we advise you get in contact with Battlefield 1403 now to book your place on 01939 210905


Bill of Fare


Pork cheek pottage

Whole hams

Roast chicken drumsticks

Pickled red cabbage

Veg boulangerie

Roasted veg

Mustard sauce

Poached pear


Cutlery and fancy dress optional but preferred!



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