The events will take place over 3 days so you can book into as many or as few as you like whilst enjoying the surrounding Woodbridge area.

Click on the highlighted reference number to go through to the booking system.

Friday 9 September

FRU1: ‘Write like a Saxon – how we know and have a go’ with John Gallas, 2 – 3 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
FRU2: ‘Saxon Myth & Magic’ with Professor Martin Carver, 3.30 – 4.30 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
FRD4: ‘How to cleave a tree and plank a ship like the Saxons’ with Tim Kirk, 2.30 – 4 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge

Saturday 10 September

SAU1: ‘What Saxons wore’ with Professor Martin Carver, 11 – 12 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
SAU2: ‘Interpretation of Anglo-Saxon Textiles’ with National Trust Historic Costume Volunteers, 12.30 – 1.30 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
SAU3: ‘Write like a Saxon -singing of things’ with John Gallas, 2 – 3 pm in the Longshed, Woodbridge
SAD6: ‘How to cleave a tree and plank a ship like the Saxons’ with Tim Kirk, 10.30 – 12 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
SAD7a: ‘How to caulk a ship and hammer in a rivet children’s activity’ with Ship’s Company Volunteers, 12 – 12.30 in The Longshed, Woodbridge
SAD7b: ‘How to caulk a ship and hammer in a rivet children’s activity’ with Ship’s Company Volunteers, 12.30 – 1 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
SAD9: ‘Riveting rivets’ with Ship’s Company Volunteers, 2 – 3 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
SAD10: ‘Wooden trenails’ with Ship’s Company Volunteers, 3 – 4 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge

Sunday 11 September

SUU3: ‘Saxon Seafarers’ with Professor Martin Carver, 2 -3 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
SUD4a: ‘How to caulk a ship and hammer in a rivet children’s activity’ with Ship’s Company Volunteers, 1 – 1.30 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge
SUD4b: ‘How to caulk a ship and hammer in a rivet children’s activity’ with Ship’s Company Volunteers, 1.30 – 2 pm in The Longshed, Woodbridge