Finding good resources and historical references for reenactment is always difficult. That's why we are compiling a list of our favorite websites, suppliers and historical references that we come across on our travels in the real world and browsing the internet. Our hope is this will prove a useful resource for not only the Levy, but also for other re-enactors and those interested in medieval history.

Clothing and Shoe Makers

Ana Period Shoes
Historical Footware from 1000 BC to 1500 AD

Jane's Wardrobe
Jane is a seamstress with over 30 years dressmaking experience and tailors clothing from pre 14th to the 20th centuries.

Plantagenet Shoes
Manufacturers of shoes, and pattens handmade to your specifications and measurements.

Equipment Suppliers

Annie the Pedlar
A wide range of historical bits and bobs.

Armour Class
Historical swords and daggers both sharp and battle safe.

Bernie the bolt
Quality Cloth for Economy Cost!

History in the Making
Makers of fine historical furniture.

Karl Robinson
A specialist in making historically accurate Medieval, Tudor and Stuart leatherwork for re-enactment, museums, theatre and the heritage industry

Medieval design
Medievaldesign offers a large selection of 1st -16th century clothing, furniture and many other historical products.

Past Tents
High quality period tents, handmade in England.

Robin Wood
Robin Wood is an internationally respected wood worker specialising in use of local timbers and traditional techniques.

Tod's Stuff
Quality eating and military knives, swords, other weapons and leatherwork.

St George Armoury
Makers of quality Arms & Armour since 1992.

Trinity Court Potteries
Suppliers of replica ceramics from the iron age through to the 18th century, specialising mainly on the Roman and medieval periods.


Footwear of the Middle Ages
The history and development of footware and shoe making techniques up to the 16th century.

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