See our calendar of our Regimental and Sealed Knot events over the year. These take place across the country and in some fascinating places, from traditional villages to original battlefield sites and historic venues.
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Mini musters as the name suggests are just slightly smaller battles and typically without cavalry. Living history gives you the opportunity to be amongst people re-creating the crafts and family life of the 17th century.
20 - 22 April - Basing House, Hants
Recreating this iconic siege on the original site. More
25-27 May - TBC
Bank holiday event.
8-9 June - National Botanical Garden of Wales
15-16 June - MIlton Keynes History Festival
Experience history throughtout the ages in this multi-period re-enactment and living history event, first held in 2017.
29-30 June - Cropredy Bridge, Oxon
A large scale re-enactment of this pivotal battle in the Engslih Civil War.
7 July - Marston Moor, Yorks
Memorial march on the site of this pivotal battle.
14 July - Kimbolton Country Fayre, Cambs
A return appearance for our Regiment. Come see us in action with displays and living history.
27-18 July - Cheriton, Hants
Re-creting this decisive battle in 1644.
24-26 August - Scampton Hall, Yorkshire
A lareg scale battle re-enactment.
12-15 Septmber - Crowland Abbey, Lincs
A spectacular re-enactment of a unique 'set-to' in the perod and living history camp, in a unique setting.
7 October - Sibford school
Educational event - not open to the public.
13 October - World Conker Championship
Our Regiment is always delighted to support and take part in this unique event!
19-20 October - Edgehill, Warwickshire
A skirmish commemorating the opening battle of the English Civil Wars, this month in 1642.
2 November - Buckingham Fireworks
See us help this go off with bang!
Re-creating one of the iconic sieges of the English Civil Wars on the original site of the house. Picture credit - John Beardsworth
Once gain we returned to the welcoming reception of the people of Nantwich in this traditional 'season-opener'. A commemoration that the Sealed Knot has ben doing for 44 years. Picture credit - Nantwich News
Back in the day Parliament troops besiged their Royalist enemies, couped up in the church and leaving bullet holes in the door as a reminder.
Roll forward to today and three of our intrepid musketeers help repair the bell tower - making amends for the sins of the past!
A fourth invite back to this school and an opportunity to portray different charachters from the period to bring to life the many different perspectives on this unique period in our history.
The Sealed Knot at its best - a full scale reneactment of the opening battle of the Civil Wars in 1642.
Back in the day both sides claim victory, a Cromwell on both sides ( including the famous one) and after a month long siege only three died ( and one of those feel off the roof).
Today, it was musketeers firing from the Abbey roof and fire pikes lighting up the battle lines!
Superb living history camp and skirmish in the beautiful surroundings of this national park.
Another crowd-delighting large scale pitched battle - pike, musket, cannon and cavalry.