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
Our Viking Heritage Sunday 15th May
Maxey Fete Saturday 18th June
Stamford Lions Sunday 26th June
Gedney Sunday 3rd July
Parson Drove 16/17th July
Tatton Park with Vikings of Middle England August 14th
Rockingham Castle 28-29th August
Viking Craft Day Saturday 17th 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.
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 14/06/17