Unfortunately we are no longer operating as a group. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of those we have worked with over the years, and for all the great times we have had at events across the country. Some of our members still remain active on the scene, so we may yet see you around.
The Three Shires Medieval Society was one of Derby's best known groups of historical re-enactors, travelling to events up and down the country, dealing specifically with the Middle Ages.
We are the only group in our locality that promote life in the late 14th to early 15th Century, specifically the age of the usurper king, Henry the 4th.
Our group regularly took part in events such as the Battle of Tewkesbury and we are best known in Derby for our Saint Georges Day play, as well as being the only re-enactors to be asked to take part in the Mass said for the Fallen (Eve of Battle) at Shrewsbury Battle Church. We also performed display shows and tournaments at Tutbury castle occasionally through the year, as it was owned by John of Gaunt and ancestral home to the Duchy of Lancaster, thought to be one of Henry the 4th's childhood homes.
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