Murder in Merry England
Posted: 15 Apr 2008 @ 00:00
WAS it the Cardinal? Was it the peasant? More than 100 parishioners from All Saints’ had to use their detective skills at a Tudor banquet in the tiny village of Kingston Seymour, near Clevedon, in Bath & Wells diocese.
They had turned their village hall into a Tudor banqueting hall, and they all came in Tudor costume to tuck into fidget pie, venison, beef, and pheasant cooked according to authentic 16th-century recipes, while they reopened a cold case of ...
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