All Groups

Alan Breck’s Volunteer Regiment present exciting, informative and entertaining historical events across Scotland and beyond, bringing to life the events
AO is an outreach project run by a group of volunteers who are passionate about experimental archaeology and living history.
Arran Johnston Heritage Services Living History, Talks and Lectures, Battlefield walks, School visits. Arran Johnston is the founding director of
Offering and organising school visits and workshops as well as reenactment events covering Wallace and Bruce Celts and Romans Vikings
Britannia XIV is a medieval re-enactment group recreating the life, crafts and wars of the years 1296 to 1348. To
Carrick 800 has now been disbanded as a group, but we have left this page up as a tribute to
The Clanranald Trust, a recognised charity that is an educational organisation established in 1995. The members of the trust are
Cluaran - Historical Interpretation Project has a mission to increase the public awareness of the cultural heritage shared by Scots
Combat International are dedicated professionals, actors and combat re-enactment specialists. The teams are able to accurately recreate the fighting styles
Combined Forces Living History Group are a small non-profit group primarily based in Glasgow, Scotland but also have some members