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Our 2nd lecture with @glamarchives is about welfare for disabled people in British coalfields, 12/08- tickets here http://t.co/JXibL4j1jh
We are co-organising an event about S.O Davies' life and career with @GlamArchives on 5th August - tickets available http://t.co/KRnmVFab30
Montfort summoned help from his son Simon who headed to London to raise additional troops.
The Montfortians arrived back at Hereford on 16th July 1265.
The Montfortians, exhausted and low on supplies, decided to burn the bridge at Newport and retreat around the Black Mountains in Gwent.
Our Magna Carta and Parliament exhibition is now on display at @GlamArchives - free to visit! http://t.co/SV8lCQJ9jT
Installation of our Magna Carta and parliament exhibition progressing well at @GlamArchives http://t.co/vOvpHY43Ea
Taking down our Magna Carta and Parliament display today - next stop will be @GlamArchives on Monday! http://t.co/1cEDk9GXRp
Within days Usk would be recaptured and garrissons in the March at Brecon, Hay and Huntingdon would surrender shortly afterwards.
From Usk, Montfort marched to Newport intending to cross the Severn estuary with a fleet from Bristol.
On 2nd July 1265, in Usk, a castle currently held by the royalists was yielded to the Montfortians.
.@UKParlArchives will be interested to see the act room in cake form!
Gosforth academy sharing their experiences of the project http://t.co/8puJoZBtwj
Sacred heart school sharing their experiences from the project http://t.co/LiAI10QqMM
Outputs from our project work including a Lego model of the Jarrow march! http://t.co/Ctlv7kp3ms