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Sheep Shearing and Wool Days

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Kentwell Hall
Long Melford
Suffolk
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Visitors will see sheep being shorn and some of our Tudors will be working with wool Tudor style: carding, spinning, dyeing, felting and (perhaps) weaving. We also may have a few other Tudors including Needlewomwen (who may be working wool) and one or two others.

Telephone: 01787 310207
Email: intern@kentwell.co.uk

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