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Kate Tiler

Kate Tiler

Medieval and modern handmade tiles, Living history events and school visits

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Kentwell

Kentwell Hall

The longest running and best example of Tudor Living History and crafts, where over 300 volunteers re-enact Tudor life each summer. Visitors are welcome to step back in time and visit to see life as it was in Tudor times.

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Tabulae

Tabulae

We are members of Tabulae - an on-line listing of professional demonstrators, interpreters, entertainers, makers and suppliers, serving the heritage and education industries. If you are looking for other people to work at an event - Tabulae provides a short cut to the best!

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Jack Greene

Jack Greene - Alchemist

Jack Greene - Alchemist and Tudor Traveller for school visits & events. Jack has recently created artefacts for several film projects including ‘The Luttrell Psalter’ and ‘The Lady of Shallot’.  He is unique - an entertainer, educator and kiln builder, potter, spinning wheel maker and one of the most versatile re-enactors.

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Historical Shoes

NP historical shoes - Katarína & Juraj

They make beautiful, soft, easy to wear hand made shoes which they research with exacting historical accuracy.

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Historical Promotions

Historical Promotions

Rob Butler - Historical Promotions. Organiser of  many of the historic events for local councils that we attend.

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Trinity Court Potteries

Trinity Court Potteries

Jim the Pot as he is otherwise known, who along with his wife Emma make the most wonderful replica pots for re-enactors.
We use their tinkler…

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Tinctoria

Tinctoria - Natural Dyed Yarns

Moira Forsyth dyes wool, silk and cotton with natural plants, producing incredibly beautiful yarns. They are used by re-enactors, embroiderers and designers all over the world to create unique, vivid garments.
Moira also runs training courses in natural dyes for groups.

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Roman Mosaic Workshops

Lawrence Payne

Roman Mosaics

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Windrush Willows

Windrush Willow Supplies

Based in Somerset, suppliers of willow and willow weaving bits & bobs.

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Living History Fairs

The International Living History Fair

We have traded here since the start in 2003 and the variety of different crafts people keeps increasing. Many of the traders are small scale makers and artisans who are keeping traditional skills and crafts alive.

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Reenactors Market

The Original Re-enactors Market - TORM

We trade here and have been customers of most of the traders for many years! Even if you are not a re-enactor you will find a day’s entertainment as well as many unusual gifts.  A must for history teachers!

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Bath Potters' Supplies

Bath Potters Supplies

A small pottery supply company that will post deliveries out, very helpful and approachable!

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Arum Lilie Designs

Arum-Lilie Designs

Interior and Giftware Design

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TACS

Tiles & Architectural Ceramics Society (TACS)

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Cliveden Conservation

Cliveden Conservation

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Skillingtons

Skillington Workshop

Historic Building Contractors

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Chalk Down Lime

Chalk Down Lime LTD

Producers of Slaked Lime and other Traditional Building Materials

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Wingham Wool Work

Wingham Wool Work

Wool for spinning, felting and dyeing.

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Class History

Class History

The place to find historical interpreters for schools.

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The Tudor Market

The Tudor Market

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