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Details of battlefield events advertised below are accurate at the time of publication and will be updated in the event of any changes.  You should check with the organiser of the event, or this website again, shortly before the day of the event to make sure no last minute alterations have occurred.  

 

Except where shown, all events organised by the Battlefields Trust are free to members.  Non-members are welcome to attend, but adult non-members may be asked for a donation to support the Battlefields Trust's work. 

 

Saturday 28th April 2018

Battle of Mortimer’s Cross 1461

Saturday 28th April 2018

An all-day walk with morning coffee and briefing and lunch at Corner’s Inn, Kingsland, HR6 9RY, with events, followed by a walk back to the Mortimer’s Cross Inn, Leominster, HR6 9PD.
 


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Sunday 29th April 2018

Battles of Mortimer's Cross (1461) and Pilleth (1402)

Sunday 29th April 2018

Join Anthony Rich and Ian Maddox for a tour of the wider campaign area around The Battle of Mortimer’s Cross 1461 and a visit to the Battle of Pilleth (Bryn Glas) 1402, Owen Glendower’s great victory.

 


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Sunday 29th April 2017

Battle of Tewkesbury 1471

Sunday 29th April 2017

Join the Tewkesbury Battlefield Society for a two-hour guided tour of the battlefield. Meet at 2.30 p.m. at The Crescent (GL20 5PD)


 


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Saturday 5th May 2018

Battle of Northam 1069

Saturday 5th May 2018

Come to a living history and combat display by Norman and Saxon warriors from Hildsvin Education at Northam May Fair in the centre of Northam village, Devon
 


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Sunday 6th May 2018

Battle of Tewkesbury – Anniversary Event

Sunday 6th May 2018

Tewkesbury Battlefield Society present a day long investigation into the battle of Tewlesbury and its aftermath.


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Saturday 12th May 2018

1642 - Civil War Conference

Saturday 12th May 2018

Join the Friends of the National Civil War Centre and the Battlefields for a one day conference examining the first year of the British Civil Wars.


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Sunday 13th May 2018

Battle of Shrewsbury 1403

Sunday 13th May 2018

An opportunity to visit Shrewsbury battlefield which saw the Percy threat to the throne defeated and the future Henry V experience a major battle for the first time.


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Sunday 13th May 2018

Battle of Edgcote 1469

Sunday 13th May 2018

An opportunity to learn more about this poorly recorded Wars of the Roses battle


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Sunday 20th May 2018

Siege of Camulodunum AD 61 and Colchester 1648

Sunday 20th May 2018

Two for the price of one! We will look at the actions of both the attackers and the defenders of both these actions and the sites remaining.


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Saturday 16th June 2018

Waterloo Association Study Day - The Battle of Quatre Bras 1815

Saturday 16th June 2018

Join the Midlands Group of the Waterloo Association for a day looking at the battle of Quatre Bras fought in the days before the better known battle of Waterloo in 1815.


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Tuesday 3rd to Sunday 8th July 2018

The English Civil War: Edgehill to Newbury 1642–43

Tuesday 3rd to Sunday 8th July 2018

Col. Nick Lipscombe will explore the conflict during its early years; examining the road to war, the struggle to arm and the advantage enjoyed by the royalists in the early encounters.
 


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Monday 9th to Saturday 14th July 2018

The Wars of the Roses: The Southern Battles

Monday 9th to Saturday 14th July 2018

Dr John Sadler will visit the southern battlefields of the Wars of the Roses, going from St Albans, where the wars started in 1455, to the deciding battle of Bosworth 1485.
 


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Saturday 21st July 2018

Battle of Evesham 1265

Saturday 21st July 2018

Join Anthony Rich and the Simon de Montfort Society on a guided walk of the Evesham battlefield.


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