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2015 was an exceptional year when the following events took place to commemorate Sir Thomas Erpingham and the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt.
April 18th and 25th - a DIG to find Sir Thomas' manor house. This was extrememly successful and involved all the children from Erpingham C of E Primary School.
April 24th - a FILM AND PUDDING EVENING - the film Henry V with Laurence Olivier and with French and English puddings in the interval. A sell out.
May 9th and 10th - a COSTUME MAKING WORKSHOP - where we learnt to make genuine medieval costumes
June 20th - A HOG ROAST - with a charity auction wearing those medieval costumes. Another sell out.
June 27th/28th - A FLOWER FESTIVAL - with a medieval theme and an unveiling of the Erpingham Embroidery
June 28th - - OPEN GARDENS - running alongside the Flower Festival
August 1st to 9th - a HERALDRY EXHIBITION - during Open Churches Week.
August 14th - a RIDE THROUGH NORWICH - with 'Sir Thomas Erpingham' on his horse in full armour
September 12th and 13th - A MEDIEVAL SPECTACULAR - with Black Knight Historical - long bow archers, battlingknights, medieval village, and much much more. The highlight of the year.
Ocotber 22nd - TALK BY DR ALBAN on the Norfolk campaign of Agincourt in Erpingham Church
Ocotber 25th - A COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE with the Bishop of Norwich on the anniversary of the day of the Battle itself.
November 9thto 11th - A TRIP TO AGINCOURT - to see the battle fields and the Agincourt museum.
November 26th - on The battle of Agincourt - unravelling the myths. Both talks by the Aylsham Local history Society. This one at Jubilee centre in Aylsham.
All proceeds are going towards the repairs of the church and a new toilet and kitchenette.