Medieval banquet in the tithe barn

REGAL revellers tucked into a feast fit for a king at a medieval banquet in Nailsea.

The Nailsea Tithe Barn Trust put on a medieval banquet to celebrate 500 years of the building and 100 people turned up to enjoy the festivities.

Authentic medieval recipes were prepared by staff at Gilly’s Caf�, while Bakers of Nailsea supplied a hog roast for the occasion.

Entertainment was provided by storyteller Michael Loader and period musicians Rosafresca.

It is the first time the event has been held in the restored barn, but organisers are now considering holding the banquet every year.

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