A MULTI-period living history event is to take place across two days in Rhuddlan next month.

The event, entitled No Man’s Land, will be held at Bodrhyddan Hall, Dyserth Road on April 6 and 7 from 10am until 4pm.

It will feature more than 600 re-enactors, firing demonstrations, living history displays, live music, refreshments, and a beer tent.

Entry for those aged younger than 16 is free of charge – for more information about tickets, visit: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/no-mans-land-tickets-630358036857.


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Tom Rowley-Conwy, helping to organise No Man’s Land, said: “The event is now in its third year since returning from COVID, and we hope to see more and more visitors this year.

“There is plenty to see and do at the event, with other additional activities such as tours of the house, archery, axe-throwing and an airsoft range, as well as a traders' village and a host of refreshments.

“We are delighted to be welcoming cavalry groups to the event for the first time.

“We are set to announce the timeline of the event tomorrow (March 22) on social media, which includes Vikings, cannon demonstrations, and much more.”

For tickets and general enquiries, email: info@bodrhyddan.co.uk, while reenactment groups and traders can contact admin@axisallied.co.uk.