The Battle Of Falkirk 1298 Commemoration


Saturday the 24th of July 1000-1600

Join us as we commemoration The Battle Of Falkirk 1298

On the 22nd of July 1298, Sir William Wallace Guardian of Scotland and high protector of the Realm and his army of Scotsman stood in defiance of tyranny against King Edward I of England

“I have brought you to the Ring ” Boomed Wallace
“Now Dance if you can”

And Dance they did

But it was in vain Edward deployed for the first time the devastating Long Bow

“The fell like blossoms in an orchard when the fruit ripens” – the scots falling at the hands of the longbow

So come along find out about Wallace His men and the deeds they did over 700 years ago …..

Featuring displays and performances from:

Britannia XIV
Clann An Drumma
The Society of John De Graeme
The Society Of William Wallace
Combat International, Clanranald
Treubh Dannsa

This event is also offering free market stalls to costumed traders in Falkirk High Street Steeple area for more information contact:

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