Hello everyone and hope that you are well, I have had a lovely weekend away at our last event of the season in South Wales, another beautiful place to camp and I will share some pictures of that event later in the week.
We are so very lucky as re-enactors to camp in amazing places and this was the view I had from my tent the weekend before last at Lincoln Cathedral.
The cathedral looked amazing lit up at night and the sky was beautiful as well, all very atmospheric and makes you realise what a powerful impact these magnificent buildings would have had in medieval times.
Here are some more pictures that I took of the interior of the cathedral.
This is my favourite because of the light coming through the windows – just beautiful!
Bishops’ Palace where we held the event, would have been very impressive as well, now sadly ruined, partly as a result of damage during the Civil War.
There were several Great Halls for entertaining, one of which we used for our camp and the other for our tournament arena. This one below was once used to entertain King Henry 8th and Katherine Howard.
It is brilliant to be able to camp in these places and help bring them to life once more!
I am busy this week with preparation for the new term, not long to go now. This weekend is set aside for making the wedding jacket so wish me luck ;-)
Have a good week ahead and thanks for visiting.