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Welcome to Thynghowe!
2016 - A Special Year for Thynghowe!
Click here for our programme of events
Canute 1000 - Spring Thing
Celebrating King Canute and the Vikings of Sherwood
14th - 15th May 2016
Join Regia Anglorum, The Friends of Thynghowe and The Forestry Commission for our 4th Annual Spring Thing
Celebrate the 1000th Anniversary of King Canute taking the English throne against the authentic backdrop of Sherwood Forest
Watch thrilling Arena Displays and visit the Living History Camp
Experience your heritage first-hand and witness the lives, the skills and the struggles of the folk who lived in Sherwood a thousand years ago
This is a FREE event although standard Forestry Commission parking charges will apply
Sherwood Pines is located off the B6030 east of King's Clipstone - postcode NG21 9JL
Join us on our annual walk to Thynghowe and at other events to mark the 200th anniversary of the 1816 perambulation of the Manor of Warsop - its account inspired the formation of The Friends of Thynghowe
Why is Thynghowe so special?
Thynghowe is a Viking age assembly site in Birklands on the western edge of Sherwood Forest.
Within the woodlands surrounding Thynghowe there are features telling the stories of King Edwin of Northumbria, the royal hunting Forest, the estates of dukes and the lives of the people of this area over a period from the 7th century to World War II.
How to get involved
Walk the waymarked Thynghowe Trail through Birklands
Join us for events like our annual perambulation walk - check our events page
Check the historical features that we have identified within the Forest of Birklands on our interactive map
Take part in our projects - look at our events page to find out more about surveying, research and training. Learn new skills and contribute to our conservation work.
Become a member of the Friends of Thynghowe - click here to contact us for details.
If you can't get to Birklands - explore this website, follow us on or check our page, spread the word and let us know what you think!
How to find us
How to contact us
Click here to email us to ask for more information, contribute to our research, comment on this site or request details of membership of The Friends of Thynghowe
Thanks to our supporters
|The Parish Councils of Edwinstowe, Clipstone and Warsop|