This page contains a number of links to our friends, neighbouring societies, and local traders and artisans, as well as other useful pages.
Friends and Allies
The Mediaeval Re-enactment Society at Edinburgh University is Perfidious Albion.
The Company of St. Margaret, also based in Edinburgh, is an authentic re-enactment group focused on the late mediaeval era.
Regia Anglorum is a nationwide re-enactment group specifically interested in the early medieval period. The local group in Fife and Aberdeenshire is Marr agus Fibh.
Based in Leven,Medieval Methil is a living history group which aims to recreate many aspects of mediaeval life.
Medieval Realm is a re-enactment group in north-east Scotland engaging in combat and artisan crafts.
Based in Inverness, the living history group The Historic Saltire Society attends shows and events all over Scotland.
The re-enactment group Lothene Experimental Archeology practices rebated steel combat in Edinburgh.
Artisans and Traders
The New Inn in St. Andrews provide our hungry fighters with free soup every Sunday, and will be hosting a Tavern Night with us later this semester!
Our former head brewer now runs his own mead and exotic alcohol business, Rogue Trading, and appears at various fairs, markets, and other re-enactment events.
Our good friend Jen Cresswell is offering authentic naalbinded socks and mittens (for the bargain price of £20 and £10 respectively), as well as the hand-stitching of kit, so anyone interested should email us!
Gaita are a group of musicians based in Edinburgh who record and perform mediaeval music as well as dabbling in early dance.
Ravenstonz, based just down the road in Cupar, create handmade silver and crystal jewellery.
Run by a former member, Cathbad ap Hagfan, Wordsmith Crafts make all sorts of medieval goodies, from authentic shoes to knives.
Stitch in Thyme is an online haberdashery, selling everything from buckles and buttons to braids.
The Fibre Shed in Kinross runs demonstrations and workshops of hand-weaving.
Handcrafted clay figures are produced in Markinch by Earthen Images.
Beesy Candles, based in Auchtermuchty, specialise in handmade beeswax candles.
Serving from the back of their landrover, Wild Rover Foods use ingredients that are sourced locally or foraged from the wilds of Scotland.
The Essential Salts Company in Auchtermuchty produces hand blended bath salts.
The Cottage Soap and Gift Gallery is a family business in Leslie selling natural handmade soaps.
In Cupar and Auchtermuchty, Four Sticks Framing uses driftwood and sustainable timbers to create picture frames.
If you maintain a page to do with mediaeval re-enactment or other similar themes, and would like to see a link here, please email the Magister.