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Monday 4 - Sunday 10 August 2014 - Sherwood Forest Country Park
Entry to the festival is free. There is a car parking charge of £5 per day.
The 30th Annual Robin Hood Festival will take place from Monday 4 to Sunday 10 August 2014 at the Sherwood Forest Country Park.
It is a landmark year for the event as it celebrates 30 years entertaining visitors not only from across the county, but also across the country and the world.
Our legendary outlaw will be there alongside his merry men, as he tries to see off the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. With the usual sideshows for entertainment, food, drink and attractions including jousting tournaments and interactive story-telling sessions, there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained throughout this week-long festival.
- Jousting tournaments (6, 9 & 10 August)
- Costumed characters & medieval music
- Falconry displays (6, 9 & 10 August)
- Craft stalls & activities
- Forest walks
- Robin Hood Festival Video
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