Hon Hugh Fairfax appointed as Patron

Hon Hugh Fairfax appointed as Patron

On 1 March, the Hon Hugh Fairfax was  appointed a patron of the Naseby Battlefield Project. Hugh Fairfax is descendant of Sir Thomas Fairfax, later 3rd Lord Fairfax, the commander in chief of the New Model Army in the English Civil War and the victor of Naseby. The...
The Oldest Cannon Ball in England

The Oldest Cannon Ball in England

Our Chair, Lord Arthur Hazelrigg speaking about Northamptonshire’s rich history and the importance of Naseby at last night’s press conference to announce the discovery of the oldest cannonball found in England on the site of the 1460 Battle of Northampton,...
370th Anniversary of the Battle of Naseby

370th Anniversary of the Battle of Naseby

Programme of Events Saturday 13th June 2015 – Mill Hill Noon The Battlefield and Living History Camps will open to the public. (There will be two living history camps – one representing the Parliament Baggage Trayne, and the other demonstrating seventeenth...

Naseby Battlefield Project 2014

A very happy and prosperous New Year to all our friends and supporters. Thank you to all of you who have helped during the last year, especially the people of Naseby and the surrounding villages. Over the last twelve months we have gone from strength to strength. The...

Visitor Guide

Mike Ingram (trustee) is an historian, author and professional battlefield guide. He has a Masters Degree in History from the University of Birmingham. He has written a number of books and articles on military history. He is qualified to teach adult education and runs...