Feeling at home

PUBLISHED: 12:36 18 May 2006 | UPDATED: 14:42 12 May 2010

Highlights of the event

Highlights of the event

MEDIEVAL dancing was just one of the highlights from this year s Ashwell at Home event. The annual event, which has been running since 1983, celebrates everything about the village including the businesses, gardens and much more. Working sheep dogs, Morri

MEDIEVAL dancing was just one of the highlights from this year's Ashwell at Home event.

The annual event, which has been running since 1983, celebrates everything about the village including the businesses, gardens and much more.

Working sheep dogs, Morris dancers and a display of bee-keeping were just some of the events which attracted about 1,000 people.

William Bray, chairman of the trustees at Ashwell Museum, said: "Everybody had a great day and there was a variety of things for everyone."

Proceeds from the event will be shared between Ashwell Primary School, the museum and church.


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