Living History Day
This years Living History Event takes place on Saturday 5th October in the High Street and showcases life in Victorian Britain. We are honoured to be graced by Her Majesty Queen Victoria with her private secretary appearing during the day, alongside Cavalryman with house providing talks and demonstrations throughout.
Visitors will be able to to see first-hand the skills and crafts which were developed and honed in Victorian Britain which include candle and yarn making, as well as fibre weaving and fabric Dyeing.
For those wishing to sample some of the cuisine of the time, a roast chestnut seller will be adorning the High Street with sounds and smells of their cooked wares.
Throughout the day visitors will be treated to appearances by Victorian characters providing an insight into life at all levels of the Victorian society and the daily struggles which they faced. Could you live in the by-gone era?
For all the latest information on this years Living History Event, please keep an eye on our social media channels @LLTCNEWS.
Last year’s annual Living History day commemorated the WW1 Centenary with an insight into life as a British solider at away and away from home. Located in Leighton Buzzard High Street, displays and interactive demonstrations of wartime took place. Visitors to the event saw how soldiers would cook, what weapons they used and what their first aid arm post would consist of. There was also be an Army Signal School for Children and the opportunity to take on board some WWI training including drill experiences and marching!
For more information please contact the Events Team on 01525 631918 firstname.lastname@example.org
See some pictures from last years event below: