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25 May 2017

The Battle of Lincoln
The Rotary Club of Lincoln was pleased to assist Lincoln BIG by acting as stewards to the pageant to mark the 800th anniversary of the Battle of Lincoln. The pageant re–enacted a turning point in the city´s history, when the famed Knight William Marshal led an army from Newark to Lincoln to face French invaders who had laid siege to Lincoln Castle, which was under the command of lady Constable Nichola de la Haye. Despite being outnumbered Marshal celebrated victory.

Rotarian Trevor assisted by Jordan, his great nephew, being briefed on their steward´s role during the re–enactment.

The knights preparing for their role in the Battle of Lincoln.

The Hi–Vis spectator keeping the crowd in check.

The club meets on Mondays at
The Nightingale,
116 Nettleham Rd., Lincoln, LN2 1RR

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