Diners can tuck into a 16th century feast when they sit down to a taste of Tudor times.
Glendale Local History Society is inviting people to join them at the Flodden Feast Luncheon on Saturday, April 13, at Etal Village Hall, to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Flodden.
Those feasting on the day will have the chance to enjoy a range of carefully researched recipes featuring typical Tudor fare. On the menu will be thick pea pottage with barley bannock, real mince pies, collops of baked ham, cheese and fresh herb tart with pickles and carrots, apple mousse, caraway jumbles and jellied milk cubes.
There will also be the chance to visit Heatherslaw Mill, where Julia Nolan will give a talk on milling from the 1300s at 11am followed by a tour.
The feast starts at 1pm and cost £16 per person. The mill tour is £2.50 for non-members of the history society and free for members.
For details, contact Rosemary Bell on 01668 281310.