UK based hussite groups

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UK based hussite groups

Postby seesinsilhouette » Wed Dec 07, 2011 12:34 pm

I have a yearning to learn more about the hussite rebellion and was wondering if anyone could recommend a uk based group, preferably midlands.

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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Marcus Woodhouse » Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:04 pm

I don't know if Morrigan's are still around, but I know that God's Company of Tabor are 'cos Dickie and Proddy Mike and Jim the Goff fight with them and us posh God fearing types among the Woodvilles.


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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Tiddles » Sun Jan 29, 2012 11:19 am

Marcus Woodhouse wrote:I don't know if Morrigan's are still around, but I know that God's Company of Tabor are 'cos Dickie and Proddy Mike and Jim the Goff fight with them and us posh God fearing types among the Woodvilles.


Morrigan's long gone but "God's Company" is still going strong. They train every Thursday in Basingstoke, you need to contact Myk Dormer for details.
If you PM me your details I will pass them on to him.



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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby IDEEDEE » Tue Jan 31, 2012 1:55 pm

God's Company of Tabor rock!!! Have proudly fought alongside 'em. Have, even more proudly, been regularly bashed senseless by 'em. (Oh, and great warcries!!!)Thoroughly recommended... :D



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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Dickie » Mon Feb 20, 2012 9:09 am

Tiddles wrote:Morrigan's long gone but "God's Company" is still going strong. They train every Thursday in Basingstoke, you need to contact Myk Dormer for details.
If you PM me your details I will pass them on to him.



I think the current committee & membership of The Hounds of the Morrigan would disagree with you John, still going so you're sadly mis-informed. :roll:

@Ideedee, you may claim your "free" beer next time you see me :wink:

@Marcus, am all out of free beer, would you like a pat on the head? :)

Anyhoo, Seesinsilouhette, I have PM'd you.

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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Marcus Woodhouse » Mon Feb 20, 2012 7:47 pm

I also accept whiskey.


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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Dickie » Mon Feb 20, 2012 7:52 pm

Hmmmmmmmmm, am sure I can manage that... 8-)


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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Tiddles » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:31 am

Dickie wrote:
Tiddles wrote:Morrigan's long gone but "God's Company" is still going strong. They train every Thursday in Basingstoke, you need to contact Myk Dormer for details.
If you PM me your details I will pass them on to him.



I think the current committee & membership of The Hounds of the Morrigan would disagree with you John, still going so you're sadly mis-informed. :roll:



Dickie.

As I understand it "The Hounds of the Morrigan" do not exists any more as an active re-enactment group.

Are you referring to "Pirates and Warriors" run by Mike Else?

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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby m0rt » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:34 am

Tiddles wrote:
Dickie wrote:
Tiddles wrote:Morrigan's long gone but "God's Company" is still going strong. They train every Thursday in Basingstoke, you need to contact Myk Dormer for details.
If you PM me your details I will pass them on to him.



I think the current committee & membership of The Hounds of the Morrigan would disagree with you John, still going so you're sadly mis-informed. :roll:



Dickie.

As I understand it "The Hounds of the Morrigan" do not exists any more as an active re-enactment group.

Are you referring to "Pirates and Warriors" run by Mike Else?

Tiddles.


As Dickie says both the Morrigan and God's Company continue! It's a tad confusing because of the large overlap between those who are members of the Morrigan and those who participate in events as part of God's Company, but they are both sperate entities! If you want info on the Morrigan I can provide this for you, do drop me a PM...

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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Dickie » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:49 am

John,

At the risk of seeming petty, are you telling me I don't know the name of the group I train with almost every thursday, and that I am confusing them with a group I don't train with at al ?


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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Tiddles » Tue Feb 21, 2012 1:08 am

Dickie wrote:John,

At the risk of seeming petty, are you telling me I don't know the name of the group I train with almost every thursday, and that I am confusing them with a group I don't train with at al ?


I thought your group was called "God's Company" and run by Myk D :?

As Nik said it’s a bit confusing. On the plus side I am glade the Morrigan is still going :D
I had some wonderful times with that group and still wear the Morrigan pendant that Phil made for me. It symbolises all that is good about re-enactment :D 8-)

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Re: UK based hussite groups

Postby Dickie » Tue Feb 21, 2012 1:14 am

Hence "sadly misinformed"


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