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Hello everyone, hope that you all had a really nice Bank Holiday.

We had a lovely time at Lincoln, usual mix of sun and rain and I was drying the medieval tent out on the line until a few hours ago when it started thundering here :-( 195 more words


King John is at Newark!

I intended to write this post before I headed off to Hadrian’s Wall a couple of weeks ago but, as usual, I didn’t manage to fit it in. 655 more words


LARPBook Show Episode 15: There be Pirates Yarrrr

In This Show

  • Report from Raglan Pirate Festival
  • What’s the difference  LARP, Cosplay, and Re-enactment
  • LARPBOOK-Shirts and Hoodie
  • Join the LARPs cast and crew as they re-watch all of S01…
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Swallows and starlight: Memories of Brampton Bryan

Our journey started in Hertfordshire and finished in Herefordshire; two places often confused on address labels, but they are very different! We towed the press for 4.5 hours before arriving at our destination for the weekend – Aardvark Books at Brampton Bryan, deep in the quiet lanes of the ‘Marcher’ land of England and Wales. 384 more words


Bosworth Re-enactment: the moral maze.

I have been considering various angles for a blog about Bosworth this year. I think there is an interesting debate to be had about the ‘re-enactment’ phenomenon that seems to be increasingly popular and to what extent these events are a tribute to the fallen warriors of long ago, a commercial merry-go-round, a deeply serious lifestyle choice for the people taking part or a bit of harmless fun for all the family for spectators? 1,324 more words

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Better than selfies

Someone else took a few photos while I was setting up.

I’m in the Anglo Saxon village at West Stow, making a header band for WWL weaving. 55 more words


Cannons set to fire Friday for 152nd reenactment in Gettysburg

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Gettysburg is preparing to fire the first cannon rounds at the 152nd anniversary battle reenactment being held this weekend, despite being postponed in July. 336 more words