In February 1303, tradition tells us 8,000 hastily assembled Scots destroyed an English army of around 30,000 men in a series of desperate battles near the village and castle of Roslin in Midlothian. But how much of the tradition is reliable, and is there a far more plausible truth?
This event is being led by Rosslyn Chapel Trust, supported by our director Arran Johnston. It will see an interactive discussion of both the traditional stories of the battle and perspectives offered by exploring the battlefield itself. What do you think happened?
FREE EVENT - Wednesday 3rd May, 7.30pm at Rosslyn Chapel.