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Re-enactors from The Earl of Manchester’s Regiment of Foote branch of the Sealed Knot recreated the scenes from the 1644 battle for Bidford Bridge





Cannons and muskets fired, swords clashed and a couple of soldiers ended up in the ‘drink’ after The Earl of Manchester’s Regiment of Foote, part of the Sealed Knot – Europe’s oldest and largest historical reenactment society – recreated the Battle for Bidford Bridge at the weekend.

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The Battle of Bidford Bridge being reenacted by members of the Sealed Know. Photo: Mark Williamson
The Battle of Bidford Bridge being reenacted by members of the Sealed Know. Photo: Mark Williamson

Around 150 reenactors took part in a attack, with the group having previously held a smaller event in 2021.



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