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The English Civil War battle of Cropredy Bridge was fought on 29 June 1644, between a Parliamentarian army under Sir William Waller and the Royalist army of King Charles I. After a Parliamentarian attack on the Royalist rearguard was repulsed, Waller’s army became demoralised and futile, allowing the King to retrieve the Royalists’ fortunes after other defeats during the earlier part of the year.

It’s 375 years on and we are going to commemorate the battle over the weekend, with a variety of exciting events.

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