Pictures as families take a step back in time at Chesterfield Medieval Market

Chesterfield Market Place took a step back in time as it celebrated its ancient roots in the town’s Medieval Fun Day this week.

Wednesday, 31st July 2019, 4:59 pm
Fletcher McMath, 11, and his seven-year-old brother Spencer are 'recruited'.

There was Medieval-themed entertainment across the town centre with an encampment in the grounds of the Crooked Spire church where knights in battle confronted each other.

Logan Johnson, six, and his five-year-old sister Kenzi get in to the spirit of the day with their Medieval costumes.
Arthur Tomlinson, eight, shows off some nifty sword play with Nobby and Claire Starksfield from the Thomas Stanley's Retinue.

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Members of the Thomas Stanley's Retinue group take cover from the downpours.
Knights from the Sherwood Priory Knights Templar, Andrew Alvason, Kyle Alvason, Rev. Father Trevor Leatherland and Paul Fowkes.
Members of the Nenna Kind Cancer Support Group enter in to the spirit of the day in full Medieval costume.
WASPI campaigners bring their fight to the medieval market.
WASPI campaigners bring their fight to the medieval market.