Nantwich, United Kingdom
The Battle of Nantwich was a battle fought in the English civil war in January 1644. It was fought between the forces of Parliament and the Royalists, and resulted in a victory for the Parliamentarians. The battle was part of a series of Parliamentarian victories in the northwest of England, which helped to secure control of the region for Parliament and weaken the Royalist cause.
For over 40 years the faithful troops of The Sealed Knot have gathered in the historic town of Nantwich, Cheshire to re-enact the battle that took place in 1644, marking the end of the siege of the town during the English Civil War.