Faced with dwindling public awareness, the Sealed Knot, Britain’s largest historic battle re-enactment society, has decided to expand its repertoire from the battles of the English Civil War to more recent conflicts that have taken place in pub car parks across the land.
‘Edgehill and Naseby don’t mean much to the younger generation,’ said Sealed Knot president John Rawton. ‘So from now on, our musterings will take place at Wetherspoons pubs where notable scraps have taken place in the previous months.’
Posted: Jun 29th, 2010
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