Aberdeen Swordsmanship Group
Practice group set up to study Historical European Swordsmanship (HES). Emphasises the use of historical sources, accurate replica weapons, and effective, realistic practise.
Academy of Historical Fencing -
Teaches armed and unarmed combat in the English, German and Italian traditions using longswords, rapiers, daggers, quarterstaffs and broadswords. Based in Wales and the South West.
British Quarterstaff Association
Teaches the art and technique of the quarterstaff, a weapon whose use predates written history. Gives details of classes, events, and news.
Resource for all those interested in European swordsmanship. Sections include societies, events, weapons suppliers, books, fiction and articles.
Martial arts school in London teaching unarmed striking and grappling, dagger attack and defence, longsword in one and two hands, poleaxe and spear weapons.
Combatative sports activity centre in Coventry offering fourteen acres of grounds, facilities, and training in various combat sports including 14th century European martial arts and the use of a Victorian walking stick.
The Hotspur School of Defence -
Pursues the historically accurate study of Europe's traditional fighting arts. Philosophy, arms and equipment, and meetings in the Alnwick area of Northumberland.
The Linacre School of Defence
Oxford school teaching smallsword according to Hope's New Method, backsword according to Silver and Wylde, and pugilism according to Mendoza.
School of the Sword
Researches and practises Italian swordplay of the 16th and 17th Centuries as a historically accurate and effective martial art. Uses period weapons and modern safety equipment. Berkshire and Surrey.
Has a background, training format, equipment and membership fee.