We have been putting the final touches to the event programme, and barring any last-minute changes beyond our control the running order will be as shown on the Celebration Programme web page.
The good news on parking is that the Crematorium car park will now be open for an extra half hour, until 4.30 pm., and that we are laying on extra free minibuses to transport people to the Church.
If we get more visitors than expected we will signpost an overflow car park and run minibuses there as well.
Arriving appropriately via Horse Shoe Lane, “Henricus de Staynford” and his horse Sianade were there to inform the good citizens of Yate and Sodbury about the Wapley Agincourt Medieval Day Out that will be held at Wapley on Sunday 25 October.
Henricus said “I am very proud of my steed and the way she coped with the modern traffic. The worst we would have had to deal with in my day would be muddy tracks and occasional heavy goods ox carts”
Our list of sponsors continues to grow – we are very pleased by the generosity of the local community.
Please use these very community-minded local businesses and organisations.
Cubs and scouts have been planting bulbs in St Peter’s Churchyard – there will be 600 bulbs, one for each year since the Battle of Agincourt. See our Planting for the Future page. Weren’t they brave, planting in a graveyard as darkness fell!
Our Getting Here page now includes a map and details of Park and Ride and of disabled parking.