Mauritius Festival and Exploring History in Trent Park
There are three reasons why you'd want to go to Trent Park this Sunday.
Reason 1: It lies within a conservation area and is designated as a park of special historic interest in England. The park was first formed in the 14th century and served as one of Henry IV's hunting grounds. So it's old.
Reason 2: in WWII, the park and Trent House were used to extract intelligence information from captured German officers. Prisoners were given special perks to make them feel comfortable, but all around the rooms at Trent Park were fitted with hidden microphones. Through interviews recorded in over 100,000 conversation transcripts, the British were able to get important clues about Nazi military capabilities. So it's intriguing.
Reason 3: It's the 10th annual Open Air Mauritius Festival! There's food and music all day.
The plan is to arrive early enough to explore the park first, and then go into the festival grounds.
(2) Bring a hat
(3) Wear clothing that you might feel comfortable sitting on the ground
(4) Do not bring food or drink - the festival doesn't allow it.
(5) Bring extra cash for food.
Sorry, but you are not allowed to join this Activity Group!
We are afraid that you cannot join, because the Consuls have limited access to this Activity Group.
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