Thousands flock to Stradsett Country and Craft Show
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Thousands flocked to Stradsett Country and Craft Show over the weekend.
Now in its fourth year the two-day event, in the grounds of Stradsett Hall, near Downham Market, featured main ring events and stalls ranging from crafts and bespoke booze to re-enactors dressed as medieval knights and vikings.
S&J Heavy Horses, from Beccles, put six of their percherons through the paces after entering the ring to Thin Lizzy's The Boys Are Back in Town.
As his charges got set to strut their stuff, S&J's Neil Kitchen said: 'It's a nice show, it's all different, it isn't just loads of clothing.'
Riders from Moto-Stunts International began pulling wheelies and other tricks, before a succession of daring ramp jumps.
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Dan Shadrake founded historical re-enactment group Britannia 30 years ago. Its CV includes the film Gladiator, appearances in Horrible Histories and Blackadder.
Members spent the weekend dressed as Knights Templar. Mr Shadrake said the group could also turn its hand to re-enacting the Roman era, or World War One.
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