Battle of Towton memorial day announced for 2018

This year our memorial guided battlefield walks will be held on the Saturday 24th of March, the day before Palm Sunday. Walks will start at the Barn on Old London Rd (behind the Rockingham Arms, Towton). Please come to learn about the battle and the varied work of the TBS and how to get involved, [...]

Our next talk on the 5th of March will be “The Legitimacy of King Edward IV” presented by Helen Cox

Our next meeting will be on Monday 5th March when we welcome the return of the popular speaker, Helen Cox.Helen will be delivering a presentation entitled “The Legitimacy of King Edward IV”. As usual this will be at Saxton village hall at 7:30pm. All welcome, members free, visitors £4.

The Frie Companie at Tadcaster Heritage Day, Sunday 18th February

The TBS has an affiliated Living History wing called “The Frie Companie”. They have been invited to attend a new event in Tadcaster, the Tadcaster Heritage Day. Reflecting the rich heritage of the town through the ages and building on the successful bridge reopening festivities in 2017, this hopes to be a popular addition to [...]

The TBS on Facebook and Twitter !

This website is a good place to look up information, times and dates. However if you like conversation with like minded Towton Battlefield enthusiasts or have on the fly questions you may like to visit our Facebook  and Twitter sites. Link: TBS on Facebook Link: TBS on Twitter Link: TBS Tapestry Group on Facebook

Steve Hines RIP

We were saddened to hear of the death of Steve Hines in December . Steve was an active and influential member of the TBS. He was the man responsible for the memorial to the dead of Towton which was erected at Saxton Church in 2004. He had the idea, he created the design , he [...]

Our next talk: The Battle of Edgcote 1469

Our next meeting will be on Monday 5th Feb when our guest will be Phil Steele. e will be talking about the  Battle of Edgcote 1469. All are welcome. As usual the talk  will be at Saxton Village Hall starting at 7:30. Members free, visitors £4.

Our next talk on Monday 8th Jan is “Military River Crossings through the Centuries” by Alan Stringer

Our next talk is  “Military River Crossings through the Centuries” by local historian Alan Stringer. Alan has entertained us in the past with his informative talks and we look forwards to a great evening. As usual at Saxton Village Hall,  7:30. Visitors welcome.

TBS Events and Meetings announced for 2018

Please see our events page (from the tab at the top of this page) to see our events and meetings for 2018. Thankyou

Frie Company invited to The Royal Armouries by the KDF

On the weekend of October the 7th and 8th the Frie Company have been invited to exhibit at the KDF medieval martial arts seminar – JRL17, held at the Royal Armouries, Leeds. The seminars will be held on the upper floors and the Frie company will be exhibiting medieval life, armour and weaponry on the [...]