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Today we are hosting a visit from a research group coming to us from @NorfolkRO!
Every boat encountered by the royalists was beached, and every bridge on the Severn was rendered out of commission.
A castle at Beeston in Cheshire was taken on 6th June 1265, with Chester, Worcester, Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth and Ludlow following.
Delighted to have been at opening of Canterbury & Magna Carta exhibition @the_beaney @CMuseums
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Gosforth academy are visiting @UKParlArchives today! http://t.co/dupqdK7EoZ
The royalists began a quick campaign and Edward neutralised the Montfortian presence currently west of the Severn.
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Our lovely Magna Carta and Parliament display @Discovery_Mus today http://t.co/bywh6bdDYV
After an abortive attempt to cross to Bristol his forces began to move towards Kenilworth, hoping to link up with those of the young Simon.
Immediately Edward assumed the headship of his old following and became the military leader of a marcher alliance.
Edward's escape signified the beginning of a new royalist offensive against Montfort's regime.
On 28th May 1265 Prince Edward escaped from his captors on the outskirts of Hereford.
After inconclusive negotiations at Gloucester in early May, Simon de Montfort moved to Hereford.
Magna Carta and Parliament - a free touring display by @UKParlArchives - is now open to the public @Discovery_Mus http://t.co/p9fQP8vhEp