“Sir Isaac Newton” explains the laws of physics to living history exhibition visitors

PUBLISHED: 15:46 25 July 2017 | UPDATED: 15:46 25 July 2017

Living History Day in St Neots

Living History Day in St Neots


A Living History Exhibition on St Neots Market Square included some Roman cookery, a crime and punishment stall and a visit from ‘Sir Isaac Newton’.

The event was organised by St Neots Museum and was attended by St Neots mayor, Councillor Derek Giles and mayoress, Cllr Sandie Giles and deputy mayor, Cllr Charles Bober.

“It was very interesting and stall holders had obviously put a lot of effort into making the event so realistic an successful,” said Cllr Derek Giles.

“Many congratulations to everybody involved,” he added.

Liz Davies, curator to of the St Neots Museum, said had been a steady stream of visitors all day.

“The mix of periods and re-enactors worked really well this year and there was something for everyone, from our ‘Benedictine monk’ to ‘Sir Isaac Newton’ who was explaining the laws of physics. All in all it was a good day and many thanks to all our volunteers and the public for coming along.”

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