Gallant knights, fair maidens and dubious doctors will be gathering for two days of medieval fun in Skegness this weekend.
The Knights of Skirbeck will be returning to The Village, Church Farm, on Saturday and Sunday taking visitors on a trip through time.
“There will be medieval games to try out and crafts to have a go at - some youngsters will even be able to make their own medieval style purses - as well as armour and weapons to try,” said Sir Bryan of Skirbeck.
“Being medieval fun, there will of course be tournaments for you to cheer on your favourite knight, there will also be chances to try archery.”
The knights will be camped out on the grounds throughout the weekend giving visitors an authentic account of medieval life, complete with crafts and cooking.
“But watch out for the surgeon - some of that medieval surgical equipment looks like it would do you more harm than good!” Added Sir Bryan.
The usual collection of Victorian Church Farm exhibits will also be on display including the thatched cottage, farmhouse, blacksmith shop and tea room.
Entry costs £3 for adults, £2 for children.