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Next week in North Yorkshire

This notice just appeared on social media (sorry for the short notice) Saxton, nr Tadcaster, is a few miles from the A1 … postcode: LS24 9QA Advertisements

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16th and 17th Century weapons at Northampton Battlefield

November saw Living History exponent Tom Aldwinkle give Northamptonshire Battlefields Society’s November talk at Delapre Golf Complex.  Tom brought along exhibits from his extensive collection of historic and reproduction weapons and equipment, explaining the evolution of weapons and tactics through … Continue reading

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A Busy Summer

It has been a while since I posted anything on Mercurius which is a bit poor for a news page.  Unless nothing has been happening. In truth, although nobody has sent me any stories in a while, there has been … Continue reading

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Civil War News …

National Civil War Centre http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-43531995?ns_campaign=bbc_england&ns_linkname=english_regions&ns_mchannel=social&ns_source=twitter Civil War Centre Newark The Naseby Project has also been busy over the Winter (Winter battlefield walk at Naseby) Hosting Winter walks both for all visitors and a special event for the sealed Knot  … … Continue reading

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Some dates published for Naseby Project meetings

2017 Nov14 Civil War Stories With Sgt David Geldard Tues 20:00 · Towcester Mill at The Royal Oak · Naseby Dec12 Talk: Cromwell – Gods Englishman? Mike ingram Tues 19:30 · Towcester Mill at The Royal Oak · Naseby 2018 Jan09 Talk: Intelligence & … Continue reading

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Naseby at the Royal Oak

Excellent (finally) to get a preview of the footage Richard Vobes took at Naseby 370.  This was screened at the Naseby Project’s monthly evening get-together at The Royal Oak pub in the village. The next pub evening at Naseby will … Continue reading

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