Yee-ha! Wild West rolls into town
VISITORS to a garden centre will be able to get a taste of the Wild West next month to help raise funds for Help for Heroes.
Sanders Garden World in Brent Knoll is hosting the event from Saturday, May 5 until Bank Holiday Monday, May 7.
Deputy manager Dolly El-Mahdi said: "The whole family can get involved and experience a little of what life was like in Western America during the 19th century."
The Boots & Saddles Western Re-enactment & Living History Club, based in Somerset, will be performing a Wild West re-enactment at the garden centre.
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Trail boss Dave Rouse said: "We will be setting up a living history, including tents and tee-pees, for people to have an insight into how Native Americans and pioneers would have lived.
"Visitors to the re-enactment will be able to enter these 'homes' to look around and ask questions of the inhabitants.
"Everyone involved will be dressed in the style of the era and there will be mock examples of gunfights and the Native Americans will be performing traditional dances in full regalia.
"There will also be various Western-themed side shows and games for both children and adults to take part in, including pony rides and cactus hoopla."
Entrance to the re-enactment will cost £1 for adults and 50p for children under 16, as will all sideshows. All proceeds will go to charity.