Living Medieval History Re-enactment by Cwmwd Ial
Destination Montgomery presents Living Medieval History Re-enactment by @[364328330373887:274:Cwmwd Ial Re-enactment] to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the Treaty of Montgomery
There will be a medieval encampment based at Montgomery Castle! The camp will allow visitors to learn about life in the 13th century and to see clothing, food and weaponry from the period. Children will have the opportunity to dress up and handle weapons safely, and there will be some mock tourneys and skirmishes. The day should be a great deal of fun for everyone!
The Treaty of Montgomery was signed on 29th September 1267 between King Henry III of England and Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, leader of the Welsh lords. They met at Rhydwhyman Ford in Caerhowell, which was at the time a key crossing point of the Severn. The Treaty they signed recognised Llywelyn as the Prince of Wales, giving him territories in Wales and England. In return, he swore loyalty to Henry. The signing represented the first ... See more