Category Archives: Battlefields

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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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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New pictures of the Naseby wargame

Naseby and The Battlefields Trust put on Phil’s splendid Naseby 1645 at Campaign last weekend … The pictures look great. Lots going on at Naseby right now – I’ll try to get an update and post it for you.

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Naseby Battlefield Project secures Heritage Lottery Fund support

Naseby Battlefield Project secures Heritage Lottery Fund support Today, Naseby Battlefield Project has received £9,900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, to develop their plans to build a new visitor centre for the Battle of Naseby. … Continue reading

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More on Naseby 370 …

My friends at The Naseby Battlefield Project have advised me that the best route into the event is via Junction 1 of the A14.  Even if you are coming from the East or South, it is better to carry on … Continue reading

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