Early medieval groups in Herts/London

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janash37
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Early medieval groups in Herts/London

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Hi guys,

I'm completely new to reenactment and am really keen to get stuck in. I'm a history student and am particularly interested in the medieval, in particular early medieval period. Would anyone be able to give me some info about groups in Hertfordshire/not too far from NW London? I've had a look around at some of the national groups and have enquired, but no responses yet so I'm looking closer to home!

Many thanks

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Hi Janash

For Early Medieval history (410 ad to 1066 ad) , the 2 biggest societies are the Vikings and Regia Anglorum

http://www.vikingsonline.org.uk/

http://www.regia.org/


They both have groups all over the country, so should be able to point you in the right direction

Brendan C
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Thanks Brendan, I'll have a look in to those groups!

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The SCA has a friendly London group - www.thamesreach.org with regular revels in Archway, one on this Saturday, on bookbinding.
SCA Thamesreach (London) - www.thamesreach.org

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I belong to Wryngwyrm the bedfordshire branch of the vikings, google us, also I belong to the harrington companye a household of the medieval siege society, we have members in herts, beds, Essex and Northants, just google. newbies always welcome in both
cheers, Alan

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