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Welcome to Newcastle’s! We’re a regiment of the Sealed Knot Society, the largest re-enactment society in Europe. We take part in events up and down the country every year, depicting life in the 17th Century and putting on re-enactment battles of the English Civil  Wars which took place across the British Isles from 1642 to 1651.

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4 months ago

Newcastle's Foote

Marston Moor July 2nd 1644

"This sole regiment, after the day was lost, having got into a small parcel of ground ditched in, and not of easy access of horse, would take no quarter, and by mere valour for one whole hour kept the troops of horse from entering amongst them at near push of pike. When the horse did enter they would have no quarter, but fought it out till there was not thirty of them living.”
Memoir of Captain Camby, a soldier under Cromwell.

As long as we remember, their bravery, honour and sacrifice they will never be forgotten.
In loving memory of the Whitecoats who died on this day 376 years ago

Original post: S.Hill
Photo: P. Kneller
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All photos are by kind permission of members of the society, including the Sealed Knot Photography Team and members of the regiment.