The King’s Lifeguard Regiment of Foote

A Regiment of the Royalist Army in the Sealed Knot

 The Regiment re-creates the period in our history known as the English Civil War. The Regiment that we have built over the years, is a faithful representation of the actual Lincolnshire men who joined up for the cause of the King in 1642.

Assembling in Nottingham in august of that year, their ranks were swollen by some Cheshire miners and they eventually became part of the King’s Oxford Army. Today we appear all over the country, re-enacting famous battles and bringing to life that tragic period in our history. So, keep up to date with our activities by looking in our events section and come along and see what we actually do. Please feel free to come and talk to myself or any member of the regiment. You never know, you could be our next recruit. Hopefully, our website can give you an insight into what it means to become a member of our society. With detailed descriptions of the types of troops involved and also a breakdown on how you can contact your local company. Our regiment currently boasts a membership of over 300, recruited from all over the UK by the 8 companies within our Regiment. So, please take a tour through our site and don’t hesitate to contact me for any information.


Yours in the cause,
Lt Colonel Keith Robinson,
Commanding Officer
The King’s Lifeguard of Foote

e mail:- keithrobinson877@btinternet.com

The Banners of the Seven Companies that currently make up the King’s Lifeguard.

Lindsey’s Company Leighton’s  Company Markham’s  Company Ffoxe’s  Company
Leven’s   Company Radley’s Company Johnson’s   Company


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  1. admin says:

    The Goodwives of the King’s Lifeguard would like to invite all members of the KG to their Bitch and Stitch weekend at Keith and Barbara’s house on Sunday 16th February.
    Whilst hotel Robinson is full, there is camping room in the garden and 3 campsites in Barton for anyone wishing to stay the weekend.
    Stitch:- The aim is to give advice on your kit. How to make stuff, how to repair it and a special workshop on how to make authentic buttons.
    This really is now time to look at how you present yourself on the field and look at how it can be improved.
    Bitch:- Question and answer sessions; Keith will be on hand to talk about anything SK related on and off the field, and if anyone fancies bringing along some pikes we can have extra pike training to supplement the Tollerton practice.
    All we want you to do is bring along a plate of food and drink to what will be the first of many get togethers.

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