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About This Production

Tewkesbury Church Street The Battle of Tewkesbury 1471 is re-enacted on the second weekend in July each year at the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival attracting enthusiasts from all over the world, it's Europe's largest Medieval Battle re-enactment and Fair and free admission to the public.
 
Tewkesbury is an ancient town with many Tudor and Medieval Buildings still in use today as Hotels, Shops, Restraunts and Pubs with food. The heritage is a delight to behold and is a highly recommended "must see" for visitors, being one of the best examples of a medieval town in the world.
 
This production was filmed on location at the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival 2009 to 2011 by wvpTV, the entire production process including effects was carried out by wvpTV at Tewkesbury.

The Battle Of Tewkesbury

The Battle of Tewkesbury took place on 4 May 1471 and was a decisive battle in the Wars of the Roses, it restored political stability until King Edward's death in 1483.
 
The forces loyal to the House of Lancaster were defeated by the rival House of York under King Edward IV. The Lancastrian heir to the throne, Prince Edward of Wales and many other prominent nobles were killed or were dragged from the sanctuary of Tekwesbury Abbey two days later and executed. The Lancastrian King Henry VI already held in the Tower of London was murdered after the battle.
 

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Tewkesbury Tourist Information
 
Tewkesbury Museum provides Tourist Information click the logo above or telephone: +44 (0) 1684 292 901
 
 
Tewkesbury Battlefield Society
 
Tewkesbury Battlefield Society provides a wealth of information about the Battle Of Tewkesbury
 
 
Tewkesbury Medieval Festival
 
Tewkesbury Medieval Festival began in 1984. The Festival website provides a wide range of Festival informatiion including the history of the event back to the beginning
 
 
Tewkesbury Medieval Festival - Wikipedia
 
Wikipedia also has much about the history of Tewkesbury Medieval Festival
 

 
 
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