Wednesday, July 30, 2008

A Roman Chadkirk

This year's Chadkirk Festival included a Roman encampment complete with camp followers, who performed traditional North African dances.

The Trust had a number of stalls including a bran tub and Norman the Knight, who although shot a few hundred times over the two days, was still standing at the end of it.

Trust members were out in period costume to add to the entertainments.

Stalls, strawberries and cream and Marple Brass Band, were just a few things on offer and the weather put the finishing touches to an enjoyable Festival.