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Terrible Tudors!

CHILDREN sampled food and drink Tudor-style in a workshop at Dudley Castle.

Pupils from Brook Primary School, Wordsley, sampled forgotten foods and encountered creepy-crawlies and horrid diseases from the bygone era as part of a history initiative.

Spokesman David Riley said: "The youngsters had a great time, particularly when they joined Baron Dudley in bringing history to life in the castle kitchen. They tasted forgotten foods and learned just how horrible times were!"

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FLOUR POWER... schoolboy Charlie Mills, aged seven, helps Dudley Castle staff Maggie West and Anna Bradbury with their Horrible History cookery session.
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:May 26, 2008
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