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A wonderful view (when you get to the top!)

We are very lucky and we get to camp in some amazing places, castles and historic venues and this weekend we had an event at Peveril Castle in the Peak District. 358 more words

Re-enactment

Breakfasts, battles and blazing sunshine!

Breakfasts, battles and blazing sunshine pretty much sums up the weekend that we have just spent with Hopton’s (and many other English Civil War Society regiments) at a muster in Marlborough (Wiltshire). 271 more words

17th Century

18th century event missed

I’m a little sad :( 

I think I’m in the mailing list to many historic groups and re-enactment, as well as keeping up with sailing events, still I just learnt that today would have been the most awesome re-enactment event ever – the… 125 more words

Musings

Living History At Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire

I wanted to change one of the photos from Saturdays visit to Tattershall Castle of the re-enactment that was taking place, to monochrome.  I also wanted a photo with no modern bodies, so that it had a timeless feel, luckily I had one.   18 more words

Photographs

1941 England?

Actually a steam railroad re-enactment in England last summer.  It was amazing- all the costumes, props and steam trains-true afficionados.

People

1885 Riding Habit - tutorial

 One of the articles ( well, two in one, actually) I originally wrote for Your Wardrobe Unlock’d – It is a long and a detailed tutorial, hopefully targeted at folks who would like to make their own stuff… I do make historical habits as  commissions, if you are interested, please check… 4,994 more words

Dressmaking

A brilliant weekend

Apologies for the lack of posts recently. A very hot and relaxing holiday in Spain followed by one of the best Tewkesbury weekends ever means that blogging time has been severely curtailed. 277 more words

Re-enactment