Mautby church fete will have medieval theme to help celebrate Paston family links
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A village church is holding a village fete which will have a medieval feel to it.
The fete at Mautby church will be on Saturday, June 24 from 2pm and there will be demonstrations of weaving, dyeing with herbs and calligraphy together with a knight in armour.
The event ties in with the Paston Heritage Society.
The Pastons were Norfolk's leading family from 1380-1750, rising from medieval peasants to eventually become merchants and lawyers, and enter European battlefields and Tudor courts.
The Paston Society wants to create a heritage walk from Mautby church where Mary Paston was buried to Caister where her uncle Sir John Falstaff lived.
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Jan Howard, who is promoting the fete said: 'The fete at Mautby has been a local event for
many years, and this year is the first time we are having it at the church, it is an ideal place to get people to understand what life was like in this area during medieval times.'
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