Worcester Yeomanry Cavalry

A living history unit

 
 
Living History in Worcester at the Tudor House in Worcester February 2011.
This was a disappointing venue mainly because of the unsuitability of the inside of the building to take period photographs. There were many ladies who made a terrific effort especially Lady Margaret (Laura Short) and her maid of Honour, Lisa Stanhope. Neil Hoddle as the best man also looked great. We hope to be able to have pictures of them in the summer.
The picture above shows our Lt Colonel (left) with two members of the 12th Light dragoons, a regular Cavalry Regiment: Simon Longbottom (centre) and Adrian Philpott (right).
Lt Colonel and Lady Margaret cut the cake at the wedding
 
 
 

 
The Commandery, a great location.
Click on the thumbnail for their website.
 This was Wendy's first time out with us and she made quite an impression
 
 
The serjeant's wife in the light of the window.
 Training for a challenge to a vidette.
 Carbine drill. This is always a popular item with visitors.
 
The Lt Colonel
Carry Swords.
Part of the series Sword Exercises



Worcester Yeomanry Cavalry 1803