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Taking place at Bitts Park, Carlisle on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 July, Turma!

Hadrian’s Cavalry Charge in Carlisle will showcase some of the exercises the Roman cavalry would have performed at sites across the Wall, many described by Hadrian himself.

Audiences will also be able to meet some of the cavalrymen and their horses to see close-up the ornate armour and dress. Hadrian’s Cavalry Charge in Carlisle will feature Roman re-enactors, exhibitions from across the wall, crafts and food and drink concessions. Hadrian’s Cavalry Charge in Carlisle, said: “It is a privilege to be working alongside Alan Larsen and his fabulously skilled horses and riders to create the Turma.

It is unique and special event to be able to re-create a bit of history, whilst adding a bit of theatre along the way.

The return journey is about two hours later, giving you plenty of time to do your shopping, or any businees you may need to do in Kendal.

The service is run by Cumbria County Council, using volunteer drivers from the local area. This can be arranged via the library in Kendal, or by giving John Holmes a call on 015395 68599.

Should any landowner from the Parish of Crosthwaite and Lyth wish to stand as an alternative please contact the Charity’s Agent, Mr Julian Lambton, Carter Jonas, 52 Kirkland, Kendal, LA9 5AP (01539 722592), with whom a completed nomination, including proposer, seconder and résumé should be lodged by Friday19th January 2018.

Full price tickets cost £ for children and £12.50 for adults. Hadrian’s Cavalry Charge in Carlisle tickets can also be bought in person at Carlisle Tourist Information Centre and Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery. Hadrian’s Cavalry Charge in Carlisle ticket holders can also benefit from discounted entry into some Hadrian’s Cavalry exhibition venues and the AD122 Hadrian’s Wall Country bus. Other cavalry-themed re-enactment events will take place throughout August as part of Hadrian’s Cavalry.This will all be closely linked with the community, working with landowners to identify opportunities, working with communities to undertake monitoring and develop options and running a number of events for schools, children and adults alike to get involved with the world of rivers.To find out more please go to the webpage: https://uk/what-we-do/current-projects/.The Cavalry would regularly perform exercises to illustrate their skill and prowess.We are really looking forward to bringing this Roman display back to life!

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