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Events

Battle of Tewkesbury 1471

Sunday 7th May 2017

Join Tewkesbury Battlefield Society for an extended anniversary walk of the battlefield there lastign approximatle two and a half hours.

 

Meet 2:00pm at The Crescent (GL20 5PD).  The car park is adjacent and signposted.

 
 

For further information.

  • Contact name : Steve Goodchild
  • Contact phone : 01684 294939
 

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Mortimers Cross Medieval Banquet

Saturday 25th November 2017

Saturday 25th November 2017

Join the Mortimer's Cross Battlefield Project for a medieval banquet


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Barnet 1471 Battlefields Society event

Saturday 25th November 2017

Saturday 25th November 2017

Come and learn about the new Barnet 1471 Battlefields Society. There will be talks, medieval re-enactment, afternoon tea and stalls.


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Talk – ‘Medieval Field Systems in Northamptonshire’

Thursday 30th November 2017

Thursday 30th November 2017

Please note that the subject of this talk has changed. Join the Northampton Battlefields Society for a talk by Professor Steven Upex on medieval field systems in Northamptonshire at the Marriott Hotel, Northampton, NN4 7HW


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Battle of Tewkesbury 1471

Sunday 3rd December 2017

Sunday 3rd December 2017

Join the Tewkesbury Battlefield Society for a two-hour guided tour of the battlefield.


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King John, Magna Carta and the Barons Wars

Tuesday 5th December 2017

Tuesday 5th December 2017

 

Join Battlefields Trust Development Officer Julian Humphrys for a talk about the Barons Wars, Mana Carta and King John.


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Battle of Bramham Moor 1408

Sunday 18th February 2018

Sunday  18th February 2018

A battlefield walk to commemorate the 610th anniversary of this important battle which helped secure the crown for Henry IV.


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