Calendar of Events in 2021
See also the branch programme and the Medieval Calendar
The Newport Ship.
Open from 17 July on Saturdays only for 2021, from 10.30am to 4pm.
This best preserved example of a fifteenth century ship could have been owned by the Earl of Warwick. Admission is free.
The King Richard III Visitor Centre in Leicester is open again.
You can visit the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival 2021 online.
Bosworth Virtual Medieval Festival 2020.
Now to Sunday October 31 2021
The portrait of King Richard III from the National Portrait Gallery is going on loan to York for an exhibition at the Yorkshire Museum from July 9 to October 31. The Museum will also display the Middleham Jewel, the Stillingfleet Boar and the Ryther Hoard of coins dating from 1485-1490, together with a gold ring also found at Middleham but which predates our time.
Saturday 13 November 2021
Norfolk Branch Study Day: Return of the King. Venue: The Blake Studio, The Norwich School, Tombland, Norwich, NR1 4DD. Cost £27 to include tea and coffee.
9am to 5pm.
Saturday 12 March 2022
Norfolk Branch Study Day: Where They Fought. In association with the Battlefields Trust. Venue: The Blake Studio, The Norwich School, Tombland, Norwich, NR1 4DD. Cost £21 to include tea and coffee.
9.55am to 5pm.
Saturday 14 May 2022
Mortimer History Society Spring Conference: Mayhem, Murder and Marriage: The Mortimers and the Welsh Princes. The event is being held in Knighton, a town on the border between England and Wales.
Saturday 4 June 2022
Gloucester Branch Study Day around the theme of 'Wool: A Cotswold Staple'.
Saturday 9 July and Sunday 10 July 2022
Tewkesbury Medieval Festival.
Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 August 2022
The 2022 Australasian Conference hosted by the Richard III Society, South Australia Branch, at the Rydges Hotel, 1 South Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000.
A day of discovery about the times of King Richard III of England · Informative talks & presentations · Raffles and sales · Entertainment · Great company
Page last updated on 3 October 2021