This weekend history will come alive as St Fagans: National History Museum will be home to the English Civil War Society.
What does ECWS stand for?
ECWS stands for English Civil War Society (history re-enactment group)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Despite gloomy weather, dozens of spectators arrived at Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, for the event, hosted by the English Civil War Society.
It will feature the Fairfax Battalia of the English Civil War Society and the story they will re-enact will be of the Batt family returning to their country home for Christmas 1648.
WHAT: Step back in time to 1645 with the English Civil War Society re-enacting a battle between Parliamentarians and Royalists.
CAPTION(S): Kevin Fisher, one of the followers of the John Bright Regiment of Foot, a band of English Civil War Society Parliamentarians, was at Witley Court for the Bank Holiday weekend where the group were holding an encampment allowing visitors to get a taste of life in Cromwell's timePicture, JEREMY PARDOE
As a contrast, members of The English Civil War Society will be demonstrating a 17th century living history encampment and kitchen which produces period food for the officers, soldiers and camp followers.
This summer history will come alive as St Fagans: National History Museum will play host to the English Civil War Society.
The recipe for the "Minc't Pie" was handed out to visitors to the Good Food Show by members of the historical re-enactment group, The English Civil War Society, who will also be performing at Aston Hall by Candlelight.