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The Roundhead Association is part of The English Civil War Society, which is dedicated to the re-enactment of life during the English Civil War period.

The Roundhead Association represent the Parliamentarians. Our army is made up of a number of Brigades whose Regiments take their names and uniforms from those of the 17th century.

Crawford’s Brigade – Contact the Commanding Officer

The Earl of Essex Regiment of Foot

The Earl of Essex Regiment of Foot, Part of The English Civil War Society, is a pike and musket regiment dedicated to the accurate portrayal of life during the English Civil War during the 17th Century.
The Earl of Essex Regiment of Foot           Contact Essex’s

John Bright’s Regiment of Foote

We re-create the time of the ‘English Civil War’.  A time when England was in turmoil and brother could fight brother, and father against son. This was a time that affected every man and woman in the country and for better or worse, its outcome has played a huge part in shaping the country we live in today.
John Bright’s Regiment of Foote          Contact Bright‘s

Col. John Hampden’s Regiment of Foote

Our aim in the 21st century is to highlight and illustrate the “distracted times” of the early Stuart era, which were crucial to Britain’s political development. John Hampden’s Regiment regularly take part in Battles, Skirmishes, Living History and Drill Displays, all over the UK as part of The English Civil War Society
Col. John Hampden’s Regiment of Foote          Contact Hampden’s      

Earl of Loudoun’s Regiment of Foote

As part of the English Civil War Society the Earl of Loudoun’s Regiment of Foote, which belongs to the Armie of Covenant, participates in the accurate re-enactment of 17th century life and warfare.
Earl of Louden’s Regiment of Foote          Contact Louden’s

Poyntz Brigade – Contact the Commanding Officer

Colonel Edward Montagu’s Regiment of Foote

We try to portray this unstable period of English history to the best of our abilities but we are always striving to improve our interpretations though study, practical experimentation, experience and discussion with people who have already done it.
Colonel Edward Montagu’s Regiment of Foote Contact Montagu’s

Norfolke Trayned Bandes

Contact Norfolke’s

Col. George Fenwick’s Regiment of Foote

Col. George Fenwick’s Regiment of Foote is a Parliamentarian Regiment of the English Civil War Society.
Col. George Fenwick’s Regiment of Foote. Contact Fenwicks

Independent Regiments

Colonel Nicholas Devereux’s Regiment of Foot

Devereux’s are a friendly West and West Midlands based unit who aim to portray military and civilian life to a high standard. We always endeavour to enjoy ourselves whilst promoting the public’s interest and awareness of this fascinating period of British history.

Colonel Nicholas Devereux’s Regiment of Foot

Colonel John Fox’s Regiment

We are a modern Re-enactment group with members all across the UK and a handful overseas. Our group is a member of several larger groups with whom we co-operate on a regular basis to stage medium and large events.
Colonel John Fox’s Regiment of FooteContact Fox’s

Colonel Robert Overton’s Regiment of Foot

We are a 17th century re-enactment group who portray the military and civilian life of the English Civil Wars (1642-1651). Our members have a variety of skills, which, they love to share and welcome the opportunity to show and teach others.
Colonel Robert Overton’s Regiment of FootContact Overton’s

Colonel Valentine Walton’s Regiment of Foote

We combine a progressive attitude towards improving our understanding of the Civil War period with a determination to have fun. That is why a sense of humour is essential – we most definitely disprove the theory that you have to be stuffy to be interested in authenticity.

Colonel Valentine Walton’s Regiment of Foote

Sir Edward Hungerford’s Regiment of Horse

We are a group of people brought together by a passion for horses and an interest in history that culminates into cavalry re-enactment. We portray as authentically as possible, a troop of Parliamentarian cavalry from the English Civil Wars of the mid seventeenth century.
Sir Edward Hungerford’s Regiment of Horse

Trayne of Artillery – Contact Commanding Officer

First Deane’s Company of Artillery

Contact Deane’s

Hazzard’s Company of Artillery

Contact Hazzard’s

Rossiter’s Company of Artillery

Contact Rossiter’s

Colquhoun’s Company of Artillery

Contact Colquhoun’s

Baggage Trayne – Contact Commanding Officer

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