North Norfolk pupils share dinner with Royalty.

Pupils at a north Norfolk primary school have had the chance to dine with Royalty.

Gresham Village Primary School hosted a Tudor Day on Tuesday with staff and pupils dressing in Tudor costume, and someone even donning Royal robes to become King Henry VIII.

As well as dressing up, pupils were also treated to a Tudor banquet, with the King taking his place at the top of the table.

Head Joanne Davenport said: 'It is all part of the Tudor school topic we have been looking at this term. As well as Tudor minstrels, we have had a Tudor banquet with Tudor food including spiced apple pudding, all eaten with spoons as the Tudors did not have knives and forks.'

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