The saga of Olaf & Dahrg,
The epic story of Olaf and his Dark Age community, the people the lives they lead.
The facts and the fiction.
Activities for non Vikings
Art & Craft Courses
Service team at Bells Farm
Active life styles for the elderly
Sport and Exercise for young people
Directions to Bells Farm
Restored Tudor timber framed II*
Listed building on the outskirts of
Birmingham in England.
Home to Birmingham Vikings since 1991.
So much more than history
Birmingham Vikings also known as Dahrg de Belne offers much more than historical research and re-enactment of the Viking invasion period of English Heritage.
Our experimental archaeology to discover how the
Vikings and the Saxons lived their lives in and around the 10th century has led
to a strong educational team visiting schools, youth groups and museums. Skills
and techniques learnt have been applied to other periods of time including
A professionally qualified teacher and NVQ
assessor leads the team running courses ranging from general interest to City and
Guilds NVQ level. School visits are specifically designed to provide cross
curriculum support to teaching staff, and are particularly useful for small
groups of special needs children.
Outdoor public exhibitions demonstrate the many
arts and crafts of our ancestors as well as spectacular combat displays using
reproduction weapons. Since the groups formation in 1991members have devised and
run many courses for children and adults providing life long learning in topics
as diverse as calligraphy, textiles, leatherwork, small business set up, and
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|Joining The Birmingham
Members over 18 years of age are encouraged regardless of gender, race, religion, or disability. Junior membership when accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
|Hiring Birmingham Vikings
Talks for clubs and Societies
|Buying our products
Tablet woven braids