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Below are the 10 most recent journal entries recorded in Lion Rampant's LiveJournal:

Thursday, August 10th, 2006
2:30 am
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Upcoming shows
12 - 13 August 2006

Chiltern Open Air Museum (COAM)

27 - 28 August 2006

Castle Rising

09 - 10 September 2006

Cliveden (M)

16 - 17 September 2006

Black Park, Iver
Friday, June 24th, 2005
1:20 pm
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Caldicot
thelion_rampantThe Lion Rampant will be at Caldicot Castle on Saturday and Sunday





Fighting, Dancing, Singing, Archery...
Friday, June 17th, 2005
3:41 pm
[wolf_shadow]
Lion Rampant show

Fringford, nr Bicester

18 June 2005

Details
Monday, June 13th, 2005
4:52 pm
[wolf_shadow]
Fringford ~ Saturday coming

Buckingham Today


Entertainment


MEDIEVAL MAGIC AT VILLAGE FAYREATTRACTIONS: Members of the Lion Rampant re-enactment group which will attend the medieval fayre
VISITORS to Fringford next weekend will find themselves in the midst of a spectacular medieval wedding party.
Resident Katheryn Vile is to marry Jim Walker from Brackley on Saturday, June 18, in a reconstruction of a medieval wedding, which will combine with the village's annual fair.
Miss Vile said: "I have been very busy with my wedding preparations, researching our two family coats of arms, growing authentic flowers for my bouquet and designing my dress in medieval style."
The couple will marry in the village church in medieval costume, and will attend the fair after a private reception.
During the fair, a troupe of around 30 medieval players will entertain the crowd with displays of archery and medieval music, as well as juggling with knives and fire. Knights in full armour will also battle it out in a combat tournament.
Miss Vile added: "Holding the tournament in the village is wonderful and I am very pleased to be able to share the experience with everyone."
Villagers staffing the many other sideshows and attractions will be in costume, and other medieval activities and exhibits could include the arming of a knight, the dressing of a lady, acting and dancing. Refreshments on offer will include roast pig and a selection of ales, as well as fare for more modern palates.
Organiser Anthony Flack said: "This is such a lovely occasion for all the village organisations to get together and put on our best village fair yet."
The WI will provide produce and craft stalls, while the village school and playgroup will run children's games and activities.
The fun starts in Fringford at 11am with a parade of children in costume, while the fair will open at 11.30am on the village green. Tickets cost £5 for adults or £12 for a family, with free parking available in the village.
09 June 2005 
Wednesday, February 16th, 2005
1:50 pm
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Emy's webpages
I've updated the pages for the 2005 show season.
Two new pages, for Kaprun and Huntingdon.
2004 show dates and related information archived.

Current Mood: busy
Monday, January 24th, 2005
4:56 pm
[wolf_shadow]
2005 shows
Provisional 2005 show dates are now in the user info section.

Emy
4:53 pm
[wolf_shadow]
Original Re-enactors' Fayre
Original Traders Fair

11th, 12th, 13th March 2005
@
Connexion Leisure Club
Leamington Road
Royton-on-Dunsmore
Coventry
CV8 3FL
Tel: 024 7630 6155

12pm-6pm Friday
10am-5pm Saturday
10am-4pm Sunday

www.reenactorsmarket.co.uk

Anne Laverick
Tel/Fax: 01977 557 485
Wednesday, September 1st, 2004
9:29 am
[wolf_shadow]
UPDATE - NEW SHOW
New Show

18th-19th September

at

Cliveden,
Buckinghamshire
(a National Trust property)

an EventPlan multi-period show:

Blasts from the Past


Current Mood: pleased
Monday, August 23rd, 2004
12:21 pm
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Next show:

Castle Rising

Sun 29th & Mon 30th August </td>
Wednesday, August 18th, 2004
9:32 am
[wolf_shadow]
I suppose I'd better start using this since I've created it!

Battle of Bosworth Field

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Anniversary Weekend
21st and 22nd August 2004
11.00am - 5.00pm



  • Spectacular re-enactment of the Battle of Bosworth Field 1485

  • Medieval Market selling crafts and a Real Ale Tent

  • Living History Camps of Richard III, Henry Tudor and the Stanleys

  • Jousting tournament with the Royal Armouries team (Sunday only)

  • Falconry displays

  • Demonstrations of arms and armour, knights on horseback and battle techniques

  • Visitor Centre and Battle Trail

  • Entrance Charges

SaturdaySundayWeekend Ticket
Adults£7.00£10.00£14.00
Concessions£5.00£7.00£10.00
Family£17.00£25.00£35.00

  • Please note there may be loud cannon noise which may frighten small children and dogs

<td nowrap="nowrap">For more information</td><td colspan="2" nowrap="nowrap"></td><td nowrap="nowrap">
Contact :
</td><td colspan="2" nowrap="nowrap">Bosworth Battlefield Visitor Centre and Country Park</td><td nowrap="nowrap">
E-mail :
</td><td colspan="2" nowrap="nowrap">bosworth@leics.gov.uk</td><td nowrap="nowrap">
Telephone :
</td><td colspan="2" nowrap="nowrap">01455 290 429</td>


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