Protecting, preserving, and promoting Worcester's World Heritage.
His Grace The Duke of Hamilton ~ Lord Faulkner of Worcester Lord Selkirk of Douglas ~ Prof. Ronald Hutton
The Hon. Lady Rosalind Morrison ~ Mr. Henry Berkeley
President: Benjamin Humphrey JP, FRSA
Chairman: Richard Shaw
Welcome to The Battle of Worcester Society's website. This site exists to provide information and resources for society members as well as the general public. Please feel free to browse our site's pages, shop in the society's online shop, and contact us through the contact pages.
The society does not exist as a reenactment society nor does it exist as a solely academic one. It believes that both are an integral part of protecting, preserving and promoting the heritage of this hugely significant battle.
On this site you will find details of our events, campaigns and proposals as well as information on how to join the society. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook and you can find out more about joining the society by going to the ‘Join Us’ page, listed above.
The Battle of Worcester Society is a membership society that is seeking charitable status to achieve the following;
The object of the Charity is to advance the education of the public including school children and university students on the impact and importance of the Battle of Worcester 1651 and the whole of the English Civil Wars period on local, national and international history. Activities include supporting the establishment of historical plaques and monuments, the planning and management of dinners, lectures and conferences. The Charity also publishes books, pamphlets and digital information and holds an annual drumhead service of commemoration.
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Produced by the Worcestershire LEP and the Worcester City Council our President and former Chairman, Ben Humphrey has fronted a mini-documentary that will be used as a marketing tool for Worcestershire as the home of Liberty and Democracy.
At just over 8mins in length it is a fabulous introduction to a fascinating part of history that is often forgotten.
Worcestershire: The Home of Liberty and Democracy