This event was run by English Heritage and didn’t involve the whole society. Instead ourselves and Lisle’s Regiment from The Sealed Knot were joined by Winchester’s and Fairfax’s regiments of the English Civil WarSociety.
Once or twice a year Newcastle’s take on events like this, where we can set up a big ‘Living History’ authentic camp open to the public allowing us to demonstrate as a regiment not just the battle, but what life itself was like in the 17th Century.
Continue reading “Beeston Castle: 1st & 2nd August 2015”
Whilst the Newcastle’s Blog Writing Fairy was sunning herself in the South of France, the regiment took part in the annual commemorative march at the battlefield of Marston Moor, Yorkshire. Once again Graham was there and is able to step in and provide a round up of what went on! (The Newcastle’s Blog Writing Fairy will be making far more effort soon!)
Continue reading “Marston Moor Commemorative March: 5th July 2015.”
This weekend Newcastle’s were in Naseby, Northamptonshire, an area well frequented by Newcastle’s and The Sealed Knot as a whole over the years.
Continue reading “The 370th Anniversary of the Battle of Naseby: 13th & 14th June 2015”
Unfortunately, our usual blog writing fairy couldn’t make it to this event, so Graham stepped up to write a short round up of events.
Continue reading “Stanford Hall, Leicestershire: 23rd – 25th May 2015”
It was the first proper event of the year for Newcastles Regiment this weekend and we were very lucky to be involved with a big event in Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Continue reading “National Civil War Centre Launch Weekend at Newark: 2nd – 4th May 2015”