Petition to redisplay Arms and Armour
A petition has been set up to get the V&A here in London to open up it's large collection of European Arms and armour out for public display.
Follow the link below to sign
New exclusively HEMA supply website open!
Owned Bryan Tunstall, Conwy Study Group Leader, and owner of The Knight Shop and Red Dragon Armoury. This new Website will deal exclusively in HEMA related products
Checks out the links section or Jump straight to the site, HERE
Open Training 22nd July Fort Paull, Hull
There will be an open training session taking place at Fort Paull on Sunday 22nd July
Welcome to 2012!
Farewell to 2011 and welcome to 2012.
The end of 2011 was busy, with a teaching visit to Mexico, the fourth time their teaching. Teaching included Longsword, sword and buckler, Rapier and rapier and dagger. It was good to see both old friends and new faces.
Plans are afoot to develop several events over the course of the year.
Keep checking in on the Guild sites for more information.
End of November update
Things have been quite on the main Guild front. Lots of regular teaching has kept me busy.
Off to Mexico for a mixed week long course, more foundational stuff in the morning and Teacher course in the afternoon.
The new year will bring news and activity.
ACT Seminar Review
TOWTON BATTLEFIELD SOCIETY
THE CROOKED BILLET
MONDAY 1ST AUGUST
7pm – 9pm
European Historical Combat Guild Training & Demonstrations
Wars of the Roses Weapons
Medieval Craft Displays
Guided Tour of St Mary’s Chapel
TBS Visitor Information Centre Open
Lance & Longbow Society Bookstall
TBS Gift Stall
Option for online forum, linked here as part of the main website.
We have an option of having a forum on this website. Would you like one or are you happy using our yahoogroups page.
Please complete the poll on the right hand side and let us know your thoughts.
Liverpool Chapter part of wider Martial Arts event.
Duncan McEvoy and members of the Liverpool Chapter attended a Martial Arts event in the area in July. The event was show casing wider martial arts and featured the usual range of Asian arts. The Guild was the only HEMA group in attendance.
The Liverpool Chapter put on demonstrations and ran sessions. Much interest was sparked, this could be a good step forward in building links to the wider more mainstream martial arts community in Liverpool as well as making sure that people are aware that if they are interested in learning a Martial Art, those of Europe are available and as viable an option as those from Asia.
We shall be posting a full report soon.