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Battle of Evesham & Reenactment 2022

August 6 - August 7

Travel back to 1265 with re-enactments groups from all over the country who will entertain you with various demonstrations of medieval living.

Visitors are invited to step back in time to the 13th Century when the Battle of Evesham is re-enacted on 6 & 7 August 2022. The free to attend event, takes place in the Heart of Evesham, featuring a medieval festival and camp with life-demonstrations of cookery, weapons and medicine, plus the main battle re-enactment. Thousands of residents and visitors are expected to attend, to experience life in the 13th century and witness a battle which was instrumental in leading to the democracy we know today.

The action-packed weekend will include hundreds of re-enactors fighting ‘to the death’ on both days. The Battle of Evesham Grand Parade, with mounted knights in full armor will wind its way through the town the Saturday. On Evesham’s Crown Meadow, visitors can watch medieval musicians and dancing at the camp, along with craftsmen demonstrations and medieval cookery.

Displays of 13th Century medicine, weapon demonstrations and the chance to see a mini Trebuchet in action will educate and intrigue the whole family. In addition, next to the camp, there will be falconry and equestrian displays, treasure trails and children’s activities. Various stalls and food outlets will be selling a range of dishes and snacks plus there will be a licensed bar.

Date: Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th August 2022 (Always the first weekend of August).
Place: Crown and Corporation Meadows, Evesham.
Plus other locations around the town.

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Venue

Crown Meadow
Evesham WR11 4SS
Evesham, Worcestershire
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Phone:
01386 565000
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Organiser

Battle of Evesham
Phone:
+44 7887 621856
Email:
mick@battleofevesham.co.uk
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