If you’re not quite sure if you want to come and join us yet, but you’d really like to come and see us at an event as a member of the public first, why not have a look at the list of upcoming events we’ll be attending below?
Further info regarding price, timings etc will be added to each event listed as and when these details are available.
Ledbury, Herefordshire: 13th &14th July — This weekend
A smaller society event, still with all parts of the army, including cavalry & fighting. This event will also include a parade as well as the battle, displays and Living History camp.
Don’t miss the action. Experience the Battle of Ledbury with the Sealed Knot.
Location: Ledbury Rugby Club – Ledbury RFC, Ross Road, Ledbury, HR8 2LP
Living history camp opens at 11.00am.
Battle at around 2.00pm.
The armies will parade through the town on Sunday at approximately 11.45am.
Cheriton, Hampshire: 27th & 28th July
One of the society’s Major musters, we’ll be joining the rest of the society for the 375th Anniversary of the battle of Cheriton. There will be a large authentic camp and a range of displays and cameos, as well as a full battle with pike, muskets, drums, colours, artillery and cavalry.
Thirlestane Castle, Lauder, Scottish Borders: 10th & 11th August
This event takes place in the grounds of the castle, just south of Edinburgh. Living History & Skirmish.
Scampston Hall, North Yorkshire: 25th & 26th August
August Bank Holiday Weekend – As part of the 375th Anniversary of the Battle of Marston Moor, this year we’ll be recreating this historic battle which was originally fought on 2nd July 1644. There will be a full battle both days with pike, muskets, drums, colours, artillery and cavalry, plus our Living History encampment.
Dunbar, Scottish Borders: 14th & 15th September
More details when they’re available.
Ripple, nr Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire: 13th October
Annual Commemorative Parade & Service.
Edgehill, Warwickshire: 26th & 27th October
Annual Service & Skirmish.
Past Events – 2019
Wentworth Woodhouse, South Yorkshire: 5th & 6th May
We enjoyed ourselves in the wonderful setting of Wentworth Woodhouse – many thanks to Lisles, Manchesters, Scots and assorted other regiments (Lilburnes) who came to support this event.
Deene Park, Northamptonshire: 26th & 27th May
This Major Muster event was hosted by Lord Robartes’ Regiment and Waller’s Brigade and set in the grounds of the splendid Deene Park, home of the Brudenell family. There was Living History and a Battle on both Sunday and Monday, the battle on each day was set in 1643 when the house was owned by Lord Thomas Brudenell a supporter of the Royalist cause, but each one had a slightly different scenario – Sunday the Royalist Army attacked down the hill, Monday it was the turn of the Parliamentary Army.
Bolsover Castle, Derbyshire: 8th & 9th June
Coming together again with our friends in Lisle’s regiment, we returned to our regimental home of Bolsover Castle. Each day we showed what life was like during a 17th Century siege, with an authentic Living History camp, drill displays, have-a-go Soldier’s Drill and 2 skirmishes during the afternoon; telling the story of the encounter between the two opposing forces in the siege.
Cropredy Bridge, Oxfordshire: 29th & 30th June
Another 375th Anniversary muster, this time in the village of Cropredy near Banbury in Oxfordshire. The original battle was fought on 29th June 1644 between a Royalist army led by King Charles and a Parliamentarian army under the command of Sir William Waller. The Sealed Knot will be taking over much of Cropredy, putting on Living History displays & with Battles both Saturday & Sunday, check out http://www.cropredy375.uk/ for more details, including an event timetable (we’re open 10:30am to 4pm).
UPDATE – What can we say – absolutely fantastic event, great battles both days, superb living history, massive thanks to Skippons Regiment and all others who helped make this event so great.
Marston Moor, North Yorkshire: 7th July
Marking the 375th Anniversary of the Battle of Marston Moor, this commemorative march will be one of the most important events for Newcastle’s this year. Newcastle’s most important and pivotal actions in the Civil Wars took place here and the regiment will be marking the occasion accordingly.