Ramsey Heritage Festival 2nd April
Our Viking Heritage 14th May
Ipswich Waterfront 19-20th August
Skylarks Archaeology 24th August
Rockingham Castle 27-28th August
Midland History Festival 2-3rd September
Viking Craft Day 16th September
Skylarks Archaeology 16th December
Framlingham Country Show 7-8th April
Our Viking Heritage Sunday 13th May
Stradsett Country Show 2-3rd June
St Albans Show 30thJune, 1st July
Elveden Country Show 7-8th July
Bromham, Birmingham 4th August
Rockingham Castle 26-27th August
Viking Craft Day Saturday 15th September
Essex Country Show 29-30th September
We do two basic events that involve different aspects of the group
Outdoor Public Events
We offer a range of Living history that includes weaving, dyeing, basic foodstuffs and cooking, herbs and basic surgery and a weaponry display. And various scenarios involving combat between our members that is as realistic as possible within our strict safety rules.We can also offer to the public Have a go Archery as an extra attraction.
With these events we concentrate on the Living History where we offer a number of different displays.
History - A basic history of the Viking Era including the period that Wodens Hearth is set and the area it is set in.
Food - Raw ingredients, cooked food, wild and cultivated vegetables, berries and meat.
Household - A variety of items used within the Viking age for weaving, sewing, healing etc
Textiles - Tablet, Heddle, Lucet and Trollen Wheel with dyes and how they were used
Viking Runes and Mythology - A discussion of their use and origins and relationship to modern day English. The mythology of the Norse gods and their relationship to the runes, and the telling of a related saga.
Herbs and Surgery - An overview of what herbs were used and surgical tools were needed.
Weapon Display - showing a variety of weapons and armour and their use, and associated battle tactics
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Last updated 20/04/18