March Into 1066
On 25th September, a band of 1066 warriors left York to trek south by horse and foot. They arrived at the site of the Battle of Hastings on October 14th, 950 years to the day that King Harold met William, Duke of Normandy's invading force.
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The Story of the March
The Departure from York
See the 1066 Warriors set off from Clifford's Tower in York.
Hyde Park Encampment
After travelling to Hyde Park, the 1066 Warriors arrived at an encampment of living history.
Live Schools Event
Pupils from across the country put their 1066 questions to Dan Snow at our live event from Battle Abbey in Hastings.
Sounds of 1066
Episode 3 of the Battle 1066 Podcast is now live. Hear from our experts as they bring the story of the most important date in English History to life. Discover more about the events leading up the battle and the ferocious conflict itself.
Thanks For Taking Part
Thank you for being part of the #Battle1066 march. Here's a selection of your photos tweeted from along the route.