Some useful links...

 

My Etsy page can be found here

Brading Roman Villa: One of the finest Romano-British archaeological sites in the UK

Sealed Knot Society: Recreate the English Civil War with the biggest re-enactment group in Europe, founded in 1968.

Stephans Florilegium:  A fascinating and invaluable resource on a huge number of topics

Karen Larsdatter Research: A most wonderful and interesting website with links to material culture from the Middle Ages including clothing and occupations.

The Mary Rose:  The Mary Rose sank in 1545 in the Solent taking a huge amount of personal artefacts, armaments and ship's fittings to the seabed. An invaluable Tudor resource.

The Original Re-enactors Market: TORM for all your interpreters needs. I can be found here in March and November, or online anytime!

The Tudor Group:  The Tudor Group is an historical interpretation society concentrating on the later Tudor period (1560-1603)

The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum at Singleton, West Sussex: Nearly 50 rescued buildings dating from the 13th to the 19th centuries, set in a picturesque landscape. Frequent events throughout the year.

The Heritage Crafts Association:   "The HCA has been formed to support and promote heritage crafts as a fundamental part of our living heritage. It is unique as an organisation in believing that craft skills should be protected, promoted and recorded as part of our living heritage in their own right, not merely in terms of the objects they produce or their conservation value to old buildings."

Kevin Goodman, Historical Entertainer - Adventures in History:   "Really brings the past to life"

Tudor Tailor: specialists in 16th century costume, authors, suppliers of patters, fine cloth and dress fittings.

Mulberry Dyer: workshops in natural dyeing, spinning and braiding; suppliers of quality dyed fabrics, yarns and threads.

Trinity Court Potteries: High quality replica ceramics covering all periods form the iron age to the 18th century.

Craft and Design: A showcase for British crafts. Some of the finest craftworkers in the UK and Ireland can be found on these pages!

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