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See the doggone days of mediaeval rivalry.

FASCINATING facts about mediaeval life will be revealed in a weekend of entertainment at Kenilworth Castle on August 12 and 13.

Costumed duo Lammas will perform popular mediaeval tunes and recite Chaucerian tales.

And popular deerhound Dougal will be joined by his pup Flora and chum Rufus the Lurcher. Flora and Dougal's ancestors were highly valued as hunting dogs and caused wars between Scottish noblemen over their possession.

The event costs pounds 4 for adults and pounds 2 for children.

It is among 1,000 events being staged at more than 100 English Heritage venues in England and Wales this year.
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