It's one of England's most historic moments - the siege of Rochester Castle in Kent. Rebels occupied the site in 1215 in a bid to overthrow King John. Now, 800 years later the event has been marked with a re-enactment of the famous battle. Tom Savvides has been talking to Carl Madjitey from Medway Council and re-enactor Sean Beech.
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