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19th – 22nd April – Caerphilly Castle – Large four day RIE

Join ECWS in South Wales as we bring History Alive! Over the Easter Weekend The Marquess of Winchesters Regiment will be hosting “Gunpowder Fire and Sword” at Cadw’s Caerphilly Castle, one of the most prestigious sites in Wales. Caerphilly Castle occupies around 20 acres, making it the second largest castle in

Audley End House – Sun 5th – Mon 6th May 2019

Come see the Marquess of Winchester's regiment take part in this event hosted by English Heritage in our presentation of the Coldstream Guards 1685. English Heritage Website It is 1670 and King Charles II is hosting a horse race with a difference as he stops off at his new palace at Audley

Marlborough – a call to arms 27th and 28th July

Good citizens of Marlborough – be prepared to help defend your town on 27th and 28th July 2019 against the RAMPAGING Royalist troops. The spokesman for the town Mayor, in 1642, defied the summons of the King’s troops on the Common by saying: “I am commanded by the Borough Mayor, Burgesses and

Make & Mend 30th & 31st March

Our annual Make & Mend weekend is a private affair where members of the regiment gather to take stock of, repair and produce new items for the seasons ahead.Including a Banquet & Barn Dance on the Saturday evening it allows new members to meet the regiment without the background fuss

Sexey’s Hospital – 400th Anniversary 18th & 19th May

The Marquess of Winchester’s Regiment of the King’s Army will be helping the town to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of the founding of Sexey’s Hospital on 18th and 19th MAY 2019.              Expect to see civilians and soldiers in seventeenth century attire in the gardens of the Hospital and around the

Great Chalfield Manor 10th & 11th August

The Friends of Great Chalfield is a local Association supporting development of the gardens at Great Chalfield  GREAT CHALFIELD MANOR SN12 8NH ENGLISH CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT EVENT Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th AUGUST 2019 from 10.30am to 5pm, 4.30pm on Sunday Admission £5 for Adults, 16 years and under go free. The Marquess of Winchester’s

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