A very busy weekend full of Commemorative Services, Medal Ceremonies and the odd Battle, but certainly the main idea was too have fun as the 'after hours' parties certainly showed.
I really have to thank some Regiments for taking the time to come over to the Military Section of the Living History Camp to do some drill or just to chat and relax with other members. Rawdons, Stamfords, Tilliers, Hammonds and the Pikeniere, Corbets, Rivers and too any I've missed my apologies. It was good too see you and we hope to see you using the Living History Camp again. Thanks also go to the Parliament Armies Northern Brigade and the entire Royalist Army who also used the Camp. Working together again as we have done in the past. ;-)
Being kept so busy mean't however I didn't get chance to thank or take photos of in those the Village section of the Living History for which I apologise, but most of you have had your photos taken by me many times before and appear regularly on my website.
And a quote from a temporary member while watching the 'King of the Hill' competition.
'Wow, even the women get involved screaming for their men too push'.
I think that says it all, the Sealed Knot is one big supportive family.