The Camp is the natural centre of activities. We strive to keep it inviting and informal, a welcoming place to the public as well as other re-enactors. Regular activities include cooking, crafting, sewing and fencing amidst laughter, banter and and story-telling. It is important to us that the audience receives a strong impression of a working, living and thriving camp, which is truly attractive and make people “join in” with the rest of us.
The camp is also the locus of the majority of Warwik’s out-reach and “education” activities. These include duelling, cooking, medical surgery, jewelry usage and their medieval, contemporary symbolism. Read more in the menu “Our Re-Enactment”.