Excellent news on this, looking forward to it tremendously (as the CVHF last year was brilliant). However - will there be any focus on the monumental events unfolding in middle Europe in 1813...the Wars of Liberation: Bautzen, Lutzen,…"
This event is in the planning stage we would like re-enactors as many as possible to support this event it will be a living history weekend also there will be two battles a set piece battle which will be scripted also a siege scenario at Fort Amherst the last event there was on the 9th 10th of july it was well attended by the 21eme the 60th rifles 51st and 50th also the 79th camerons the 71st Hli the first footguards and the foot artillery thanks to Lord Hiatt there was 50 plus re-enactors and…See More
"Smallsword for me. For practical fencing I've got a Popinjay's smallsword set up with a 30" double-wide epee blade. Very nice indeed.
For 16th/17th century sword work - I do like my Armourclass double-edged Scottish broadsword…"
University lecturer with an extensive knowledge of confectionery of the 1960s and 1970s (one day they'll bring back 'Spangles'...I live in hope!)
Lace Wars (Rose and Thistle & Senior Service)
Home Front Friends (WW2 1939-1941)
Sealed Knot (Prince Ruperts Bluecoats 1641- 1646 and 1st Footguards Monmouth Rebellion 1685)
'The Militia' Living History Group (incorporating the 3rd/1st Silesian Landwehr 1813-1815)
Re-enactment/Living History Periods:
Civil War (War of the Three Kingdoms 1639-1651- Corporal of Firelocks and pikeman when I feel like close physical contact!)
Monmouth Rebellion (1685 1st Footguards Grenadier in the Army of King James 11nd)
18th Century (Jacobite & Irish Picquet of Lally's Regt., 7 Yrs War as French/Canadian Milicie & Royal Navy seaman)
World War 2 (1939 to 1941 only - as a Middlesex Regt Serjeant-Major)
Pirates...harrrr harrr Jim Ladd! As a bit o'fun!
Napoleonic Wars 1813-1815
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Thought you might like an invite to the Lulworth Pirate Event in May 2009.
Take a look on the Event list, or ask me any questions. Lots of things to do, including smuggling in Lulworth Cove, and shooting (or being shot at!) Pirates, smugglers, wreckers, and anyone else not with the Government Forces!
Hello me lord
how goes the day with you, i do hope you are in finr fettle and enjoying life to the full.
I am at the moment looking for a couple of lords to join forces and be members of "Stand and Deliver" I have more than enough fottpads and scum of that sort but no victims...er.... sorry did I say victims I meant gentlemen to hold up.
I will be in touch as soon as I have anything in stone to tell you about.
I am trying to organize a shoot with one of those confounded camera things that I do believe can conjour a likeness that even Mr Hogarth would have trouble duplicating. For the new "Stand and Deliver" website it would be very fine indeed if we could at some point get together and sort some likenesses out..
Your humble servant
View hallooo, ..you rapscallion and rogue you...how be you, eh? If you ever need some aristoprats to 'hold up'...just let Lord Herbert and I know and we'll bring the carriage round your neck of the woods (mind you, we shall arm Mandleson with a bloo*y huge blunderbuss and stick him in the driver's seat!) We promise to play the parts 'seriously'! We can do it...honest!