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Illumination marginalia from the Luttrel Psalter
A good way to keep up with what's happening in Thamesreach and around the Isles is to follow us on our social channels. Join our general Facebook group for general information about what's happening in the Shire.There is also a closed Facebook group called "Thamesreach - SCA", which you can ask to join to connect with Shire members and friends. We've got a channel on the...
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Thamesreach Bunting Project

Thamesreach bunting across the top of a hall
The Thamesreach Bunting is an ongoing project for the shire, started by Robert de Canterbury and Geneviève de Flechiere, to add atmosphere to our halls and revels. The bunting is currently undergoing some attention and repairs, but as we (hopefully) return to indoor revels and events it will, once again, grace the rafters with festive style. Our bunting captures a...
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Hamlet of Hart’s Holt

Do you live in Hertfordshire or Bedfordshire? The Hamlet of Hart's Holt is a community of Thamesreach folks who live slightly North of London, but not quite completely into the countryside. They're fully part of the Shire, and often come to London, but sometimes just want to be home in time for dinner. Contact our Seneschal for more information.
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Raglan Fair at Manor Farm, Bourne

A medieval encampment of three tents in front of Raglan Castle
As restrictions begin to lift, it is with much excitement that the Principality of Insulae Draconis is able to host Raglan Faire in the heart of Cambridgeshire from August 13-22. Our Principality Coronet Tournament will also be held at this event, on the 21st of August, to end The Long Reign and begin a new season of fellowship in the Isles. More information, as it come...
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Annual General Meeting 2021

Medieval illumination of a university lecturer and gathering of students
Please join us for our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, 10 July at Grovelands Park, Southgate, London. This will be a short meeting at the beginning of the Medieval Outdoor Games revel, to vote for officers and discuss what members would like to see happen once we are able to meet in person without restrictions.  If you are not able to join us in perso...
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Guy’s Journey around pre-1600 London pubs pt 3

Ye Olde Mitre, Barnet. This is a delightful survivor of the coaching inns that used to line the St-Albans-London road. Not much is known about the origins of this pub, originally three inns that eventually merged together, although there are records of a brewing licence dated from 1554. This date is questioned as there are 14th and 15th century timbers within the building str...
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