Roman re-enactment

Ten-year-old Jade Clark from Edzell had the opportunity to try on a Roman Standard Bearer's wolf helmet when she popped along to the Pictavia visitor centre recently. Jade was there on the day when members of the Antonine Guard were a star attraction. As part of their 'entente cordiale', the Roman Centurions told visitors to Pictavia about life in the Roman Army and even invited them to join in with an impromptu training exercise ' an offer which was readily accepted by many of the younger visitors to the Brechin attraction.
Ten-year-old Jade Clark from Edzell had the opportunity to try on a Roman Standard Bearer's wolf helmet when she popped along to the Pictavia visitor centre recently. Jade was there on the day when members of the Antonine Guard were a star attraction. As part of their 'entente cordiale', the Roman Centurions told visitors to Pictavia about life in the Roman Army and even invited them to join in with an impromptu training exercise ' an offer which was readily accepted by many of the younger visitors to the Brechin attraction.

Ten-year-old Jade Clark from Edzell had the opportunity to try on a Roman Standard Bearer’s wolf helmet when she popped along to the Pictavia visitor centre recently.

Jade was there on the day when members of the Antonine Guard were a star attraction. As part of their ‘entente cordiale’, the Roman Centurions told visitors to Pictavia about life in the Roman Army and even invited them to join in with an impromptu training exercise – an offer which was readily accepted by many of the younger visitors to the Brechin attraction.