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Hull 375

Details: On 23 April 375 years ago, the governor of Hull, Sir John Hotham, refused to allow King Charles to enter the city and access the weapons stored in its walls. This small act of defiance heralded ten years of brutal civil war between the supports of the King and those of the English Parliament.

The Sealed Knot and The Earl of Manchester's Regiment of Foote would like to invite you to bring the family and step back to this pivotal moment in Hull's history at the dawn of the English Civil War - all taking place next to the remains of the Beverley Gate, the site of the unique stand-off between monarch and Parliament.

Reenactors wearing the clothes of the period will march in the city centre to mark the 375th anniversary of Hotham's defiance, bringing the sights and sounds of a 17th Century army on the march, with a special performance at the Beverley Gate to commemorate the occasion.

 

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