Join us for a spectacular weekend at Castle Fraser! As well as a breath-taking jousting tournament, there’ll be archery demonstrations, birds of prey flying displays, sword fighting, authentic campsites, medieval cookery demonstrations and much more!The world famous jousting stunt team, the Knights of the Damned, present for 2013 "A Knights Tale". Look out for the gold and blue colours of William Thatcher, Count Adhemar the Black Knight returns to cause havoc! The Prince of Wales masquerading as Sir Thomas Colville and a special guest appearance from the star of 2012, William Wallace.
The show includes spectacular action, galloping horses, stunts, falls, awesome fire weapons, professional commentary and rock music that will leave you truly breathless!
See more at www.theknightsofthedamned.co.uk
We will be joined again by the Scottish Archery Association, they will be demonstrating and allowing the public to have-a-go!
See more at www.scottisharchery.org.uk
Birds of Prey flying displays - you will see an Eagle, Harris Hawk, Merlin, Kestrel, Raven, Falcons and Owls!
See more at www.smjfalconry.co.uk
A chance to see two men at arms battle with a long sword in glistening full plate armour and discuss sword techniques from the 15th century.
See more at www.andrewbalmforth.com
Come and see Medieval Realm's full medieval encampment including authentic medieval styled tents and displays. Witness the clash of steel when their knights pit their skills against each other, you will also get the chance to see all of the arms and armour up close. You will find out what life was really like during the medieval period with a whole host of talks and demos from their team of re-enactors including knights, squires, ladies, cooks, soldiers and even the dreaded torturer!
See more at www.medieval-realm.co.uk
The Rhynie Wifies would like to invite you to visit their Iron Age Camp. As part of the weekend's entertainment the Wifies will be demonstrating some of the many daily tasks that needed to be done 2000 years ago in an Iron Age home in Scotland.
There’s an exciting programme of events throughout the day, so there’s always something to see!