Stringent new rules have been introduced for lunch breaks on the Viking boat. One volunteer (name witheld) said, ‘its health and safety gone mad. I blame Brussels… and leeks’. The […]
The open day with Vikings was a great success with around 600 people attending.
The Walrus was successfully brought down to earth this week when its wheels and sub frame was detached after the successful move. It has now attained its final resting place […]
Yesterday a flying Walrus was spotted in the Avalon Marshes. The 2 ton Walrus had migrated from its former home at the National Maritime Museum, Falmouth and had come to […]
Rumours of Viking ships seen in Cornwall have reached Somerset. It is hoped that they will turn out to be peaceful traders rather than fierce raiders. In preparation for a […]
The two Viking high chairs have been finished and are looking rather fabulous, thanks due to wonderful carving efforts of a number of volunteers. They are based on the bed […]
Work is progressing with the furniture for the Saxon longhall, with 8 benches completed and three trestle tables on the go. In the spirit of cross cultural relations, two ‘Viking’ […]
At long last the old education building has been demolished, revealing the Saxon longhall over its entire length. Now there is lots of room for the Viking trading boat and […]