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Andrew Spratt Jul 17
at Dirleton Castle Long tailed Tit image. Robin in Arts n Crafts garden 'Daisy Wright' image and Toad who lives in formal garden.
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Hayley D'Arcy Jun 19
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Andrew Spratt 5h
Morgan (Maciejowski) Bible weapons designs from 1250. Use both the single handed and two handed messer grip style chopper replicas in Man at Arms talks at Dirleton Castle. Also had a Morgan warclub made by local Craftsman George Hood.
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PHH Sykes May 9
"With Ate by his side come hot from hell... Shall in these confines with a monarch's voice Cry 'Havoc,' and let slip the dogs of war." Antony in revenge of Caesar The Tragedy of Julius Caesar Act III, Scene 1 William Shakespeare 1601
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Sally Anderson photography Jan 17
rise above of in . Only a few days to go until it becomes a at same time as a (around 5.00am on Jan 21st).
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Longniddry Primary May 14
Learning about life in the middle ages was brought to life for P4 at Dirleton Castle today. Andrew our Man at Arms was wonderful!
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CJ Jun 19
Difficult to sum up on twitter with just 4 pictures. Just go visit I guess
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Robert Peake Jun 14
What you do when it’s too wet and windy for golf . And why to avoid pre-booking if you can!
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Paul Watt Mar 12
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Emily O'Reilly Jan 27
Replying to @PsittacineQueen
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Andrew Spratt Jul 10
Man at Arms Dirleton Castle Game of Thrones style. Weather not looking good for Saturday's talk at 2pm (Winter is Coming') So Weapons talk in Castle's De-Vaux Crypt!
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Andrew Spratt Jul 10
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Andrew Le Brocq 🏳️‍🌈 Mar 10
Taken from , you can see both & (you need to zoom in left of the two turbines on the right). Same landscape with an importance spanning millenia!
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Stravaiging around Scotland Jun 14
on of in . 12thC on a rocky outcrop, built by de Vaux family. Ultimately replaced by . Read here:
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Yester School Jun 25
We had a fantastic visit to ‘s Dirleton Castle this morning. Thank you to for showing us round the castle and grounds... We’ll rehearse our questions before our next visit!
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Andrew Spratt Jul 19
Dirleton Castle, East Lothian (Scotland) reconstruction suggestion showing missing De-Vaux's Towers present during Bishop Bek's siege in 1298. Towers were slighted later by King Robert The Bruce to stop Castle being used as an English base.
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Nikki Apr 14
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Susan Brown Feb 17
So we got at and had our first dance in the February afternoon sunshine 2 weeks ago. We got our photos back this week
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The Badass Historian Feb 13
at . Not my usual haunt so a bit different. We had the (we are inundated with them at Tantallon) but also a ton of running around the . I know cos I weighed them all.
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Sally Anderson photography May 11
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