Last weekend saw a rare treat for onlookers as they came upon Tournament By the Sea at Malua Bay The Tournament By the Sea was a fun social event for the Eurobodalla Medieval Society,a group dedicated to the arts, crafts and practices performed during the 5th to 15th centuries commonly referred to as the middle ages. The group focus around the fighting arts of the middles ages, creation of attire and dress suitable to the periods for events, crafts of the middle ages and social values. You can find some of the members of the Society training at Corrigans Beach Reserve in Batehaven on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm but if you are interested in learning more about the Society look to their Facebook page for updates. New members are always welcome as they strive to the creation of the largest venue on the South coast. More info at https://www.facebook.com/groups/MedievilSocietyBatemansBay/ The Tournament By the Sea at Malua Bay last weekend was a grand affair starting with a potluck lunch, fighting and then finishing off the day with a sumptuous summer Feast in the Forest in the nearby Malua Bay Tennis club hall for our
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