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Medieval River Settlement – 2 Coracles, 2x Fish Traps, 1 x Eel Trap, Rustic Net and Rush Rope Hank. Rental Only

Rental cost per week, for the first 2 weeks. Additional weeks charged at ½ price, per week Read More

£300.00 (£250.00 + VAT)
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0345 2600 899.
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Medieval River Settlement – 2 Coracles, 2x Fish Traps, 1 x Eel Trap, Rustic Net and Rush Rope Hank

2 x Coracles- craftsman made river fishing boat. Woven Hazel & Willow frame with stretched cow hide. Famously used in Roman times. Supplied as a static prop. We can supply a trained Extra to paddle the coracle if required, by separate negotiation.

2 x Willow Fish traps- Fish traps as used on rivers and estuaries since medieval times. The trap has an inverted cone or 'throat' at the base so that the fish can easily swim in, but then struggles to get out again.

1x Willow Eel trap- like a Fish Trap but designed specifically for Eels. A staple old English food.

1 x rustic woven fishing net approx. 6' x 6'

10' of twisted Rush rope. Hand made from materials found on the riverbank.

The Rental cost quoted above is charged for each frame, each week, for the first 2 weeks. Any additional weeks will be charged at ½ the quoted price, per week. Price is PLUS Delivery & Return, with the option for you to arrange your own Collection & Return.

If you order this item online, you will only be charged for the first weeks rental. The system will not charge for Delivery or Pickup. We will contact you at the start of the next working day to arrange all of this. Please put your proposed Rental Date and Duration in the 'Notes' section on the order process.

Alternatively, you can email us with your rental requirements, or call us on - 0345 2600899

Replacement value £2,500.

All items rented based on use as a static prop only. The decision to use them in any other way is taken entirely at your own risk, and should be properly assessed and overseen by a relevant professional.