Join us in West Dragonshire as Insulae Draconis seeks its new Viceroy and Vicereine. Fighter training for heavies after the Viceroy tournament is planned, along with an Accademia dell'arte for those not interested in that training.
Oxenwood Outdoor Education Centre, Oxenwood (near Hungerford and Marlborough), Wiltshire, England SN8 3NQ. (www.oxenwoodcentre.co.uk) In terms of roads, the site is not far from the A4 and the A338, and it is easily approachable from the M4. Detailed directions will be included in later announcements.
Nearest railway station: Bedwyn (four miles away), easily accessible from London Paddington. Transport from Bedwyn is available if arranged at least a week ahead of time.
Nearest airports: Bristol (64 miles away) and Heathrow (70 miles away, but a fairly straight shoot along the M4).
There are beds (mostly bunks) for 43 in several rooms (a bottom sheet and pillow each are provided; please bring sleeping bags and pillowcases), along with an extra twelve mattresses available to place in yet another room. Adequate toilets and showers are provided inside the building, a former schoolhouse and schoolmaster's residence from the turn of the 19th century. Limited camping is available on site.
Mistress Ariel of Lindisfarne (Ellen Rawson)
Baroness Mary Verch Thomas (Mary Frost)
Feast Steward: Lord Cynewulf of Wintancaestre, E-mail:
Marshal-in-Charge: Lord Odo de Home (Travis Hume)
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West Dragoningshire (Hungerford, England)