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Medieval costume course to celebrate 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt

PUBLISHED: 18:06 06 May 2015 | UPDATED: 18:06 06 May 2015

Erpingham is celebrating the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt this year with events starting from April as Sir Thomas Erpingham was an English knight who became famous as the commander of King Henry V's longbow wielding archers at the Battle of Agincourt. - Paul Coleman and Ian Pycroft of Black Knight Historical as English Bowmen.

Photo by Mark Bullimore

Erpingham is celebrating the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt this year with events starting from April as Sir Thomas Erpingham was an English knight who became famous as the commander of King Henry V's longbow wielding archers at the Battle of Agincourt. - Paul Coleman and Ian Pycroft of Black Knight Historical as English Bowmen. Photo by Mark Bullimore

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History fans will be able to learn how to make medieval outfits at free costume-making sessions this weekend.

The event is part of 600th anniversary celebrations of the Battle of Agincourt which featured Norfolk military hero Sir Thomas Erpingham - who lived in Erpingham for a time.

It is happening at nearby Aldborough, in the Church Room on The Green, this Saturday and Sunday from 10.30am-4pm.

The sessions will be led by re-enactment group Black Knight Historical.

Member Molly Housego will give a talk about medieval fashion and Ian Pycroft, who will be playing Sir Thomas at a medieval spectacular in Erpingham on September 12 and 13, will be helping out.

Anyone interested in taking part should call Helen Burrell by tomorrow on 01263 768209.

Visit www.erpingham.org for more information about the Erpingham Battle of Agincourt events.


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