The Naseby Battlefield Project aims to enhance visitor facilities at Naseby battlefield - You can help by becoming a Friend or Benefactor.
The vision of the Trustees is that the Naseby Battlefield Visitor Centre will be an information resource about the Battle itself, the Civil War, the political and social history of the era, the rural environment in the 1600s and what life was like at the time.
It will place the English Civil War in its proper context in the evolution of modern parliamentary democracy and by doing so put Naseby alongside Hastings, Bosworth and Culloden in contemporary thinking.
This year is the 370th anniversary of the Battle of Naseby. We thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to hold a re-enactment of the Battle of Naseby for everyone to enjoy over the weekend. On Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th June 2015, the Sealed Knot will be staging the battle scene.
Programme of Events
Saturday 13th June 2015 – Mill Hill
The Battlefield and Living History Camps will open to the public. (There will be two living history camps – one representing the Parliament Baggage Trayne, and the other demonstrating seventeenth century life). There will also be exhibitions and displays from the Naseby Battlefield Project, and other charities and heritage organisations.