Living History

Rudgwick Steam & Country Show (26th - 28th August)

Grey Goose Wing archery, the Far Isles Medieval Society and Wessex Invaders and Settlers Empire will be setting up their own living history corner at the Rudgwick Steam & Country Show. Attractions include archery range, training field and main arena fights as well as medieval crafts.


Small Holders Show (1st - 2nd July 2017)

Combatants from the Wessex Invaders and Settlers

Come and see us at the Small Holders & Country Show. This year, as always, we have been invited by the Grey Goose Wing Archery to stand our ground against (or with - they're friendly enough) Wessex Invaders and Settlers Empire in the main arena. Our 'living history' corner will comprise a Have A Go Archery, John 'Dino' Game's stall with weird and wonderful things, Barefoot Leather stall and hopefully some healthy food with historical background in the form of Cowley's Fine Foods' stall. And of course - us.


(9th - 10th July) Tewkesbury Medieval Festival

Photo Copyright - Tewkesbury Medieval Festival Ltd.

Tewkesbury Medieval Festival is a high profile event for reenactors from UK and other countries. It took place on 8th, 9th and 10th of July.

What? "The Europe's Biggest and best Free Medieval Festival" - Tewkesbury is an annual festival done by the reenactors for the reenactors. It's free admission for the public as well. More details on the show itself can be found on the official website, here: The Far Isles made presence alongside the Grey Goose Wing.


Magna Carta Festival 2015 (finished)

Official Odiham Magna Carta Village Festival leaflet

The Event to commemorate the 800th anniversary of signing of the Magna Carta has taken place at the Odiham Castle on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th of May 2015. The Far Isles Reenactment Society had been invited to participate, and we have made a lasting impression.
The event comprised Living History shows (such as falconry, cooking etc.), archery range, a themed parade through the streets of Odiham and of course plenty of combat displays.


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