• Medieval Gaming

    Are you game? Read More
  • Death on a Stick

    Death on a Stick! Read More
  • Making Lucet Cords

    Keeping us together! Read More
  • Grace Dieu at Eastleigh

    The remains of Henry V's flagship, the Grace Dieu, lie Read More
  • By Royal Charter!

    St John's Fayre, Witheridge. Read More
  • Ties that Bind

    How to make medieval clothing ties. Read More
  • Our time at Tintern

    Resting at the Abbey. Read More
  • "My what a guy, Gaston!!"

    New Archery Target! Read More
  • Medieval Toddler

    The ever expanding wardrobe! Read More
  • MFC in the Ricardian

    Read the article here! Read More
  • "Chuffed with my Chest!"

    Made by William's fair hands! Read More
  • Start of the Season!

    Re-enactment season will soon be upon us!  Read More
  • Pull up a chair!

    New seating for this season! Read More
  • New Video!

    MFC at Buckland Abbey makes its way to Youtube! Read More
  • Canvas Collection

    Meet the newest piece of Canvas! Read More
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Re-enactment season will soon be upon us! 


It's time to start clearing a path in the garage to the large storage containers that hold all of our 15th Century clothing and accessories! The tents are desperate to see some sunshine and it's time to rinse the pottery and cutlery ready for use.This year our little boy, Arthur will be 20 months old when the season starts and I can't decide whether its going to be easier or harder camping with a toddler rather than a newborn? It promises to be a challenge either way! One thing is for certain - he's grown out of the tunics and shirts that he had last year and so work is beginning on a complete new set of medieval clothing for him. I'm aiming for a shirt and blue linen tunic dress for him and if I'm feeling brave, I may even try to make him a pair of little shoes - perhaps I could talk the leatherworker into having a a go at those?!