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Agincourt600 Wales video clips

A series of short clips exploring the Welsh Agincourt story, funded by Monmouthshire County Council (1, 2, 3) and Powys County Council (4), are now available to view online. 1. Monmouthshire connections In English In Welsh 2. Monmouth’s Agincourt Victor In English In Welsh 3. The Welsh longbowmen In English In Welsh 4. Breconshire men In English In Welsh For more details about Agincourt600 Wales visit – Image of Monmouth Castle, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic licence, author Richard Croft

Now Heritage Production of ‘A Mouthful of Earth’ A completed project

Now Heritage Production of ‘A Mouthful of Earth’ October 2015 Now Heritage was granted £8,000 by Agincourt600 and £10,000 by Hampshire Cultural Trust (HCC) to commission Southampton Playwright Deborah Gearing to write a new forty minute piece of theatre to commemorate the 600th Centenary of the Battle of Agincourt (25th October 2015). HCC commissioned this work specifically for Now Heritage to put on a performance to an invited audience only in Winchester Great Hall but also wished for a public performance to be put on at an unspecified venue in...
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Agincourt 600 Wales Legacy Group projects developing the story of the Welsh archers and the battle of Agincourt 1415

The Agincourt 600 Wales Legacy Group has been successful in obtaining funding to carry out eight small projects in Breconshire, Monmouthshire and Forest of Dean to expand knowledge of the Welsh archers who fought at the famous battle and to better communicate the story to residents, schoolchildren and visitors to the region. The Agincourt story adds a new dimension to the rich heritage and cultural aspects of the region and illustrates how Henry V, born in Monmouth Castle, became a great leader. The story also helps to put into context...
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