Children get bird's eye view of Tudors
HISTORY was brought vividly to life through a falconry display in Tewkesbury.
In all, 72 people saw five birds of prey at the John Moore Museum in Church Street.
Falconer Jan Prymaka brought in two owls, a hooded vulture, a kestrel and a peregrine falcon for the educational event. It allowed children to learn about the Tudor period, when falconry was very popular.
Museum curator Simon Lawton said: "It was a very good day.
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"Everyone had plenty of opportunity to talk to Jan and see the birds close up."