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Family Fun At Living History Event


What: History Alive – Wrexham’s annual living history festival

Date: 21 August 2011

Location: Bersham Ironworks, Wrexham, North East Wales

Time: 12noon – 4pm

Price: Adults: £2, Concessions: £1.50, Children under 16: 50p

What’s On:

Step back in time at Wrexham’s living History festival at the Bersham Ironworks and experience a medieval re-enactment straight from the pages of the Domesday Book. Special guided tours are available on request. A family all-rounder of an event, there’s also classic car and motorbike displays and entertainers.

The once noisy Bersham Ironworks were made famous by John ‘Iron Mad’ Wilkinson, a pioneer in the industrial revolution, but now this historic spot boasts a beautiful setting in the peaceful Clywedog Valley.

For further information, visit: www.northwalesborderlands.co.uk


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