Sealed Knot help to re-enact the day city changed our history
7 December 2008
ENGLISH Civil War re-enactors in Plymouth have marked the 365th anniversary of one of the war's most significant battles.
The Battle of Freedom Fields, also known as the Sabbath Day Fight, was won by the outnumbered Parliamentarians.
Sealed Knot re-enactors were among a crowd of more than 100 marking the occasion, while the Old Suttonians laid a wreath at a memorial in the park.
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