Site Policies & Credits
This website is in no way a corporate publication of the Society for Creative Anachronism in whatever jurisdiction the latter operates as an incorporated body. This Website does not delineate official SCA policies, and any opinions expressed on this site, unless otherwise indicated, are solely those of the individuals concerned.
As a convenience to site visitors, we provide links from this site to many other sites. Linking to these external Websites does not imply formal approval or ownership of those pages or their content.
Our general rules for linking to Websites are that such sites have relevance for the SCA and its period of interest (generally European history from 600-1600). We will not link to sites deemed to be obscene; and we reserve the right to refuse to link to any site, for any reason. If a site link changes sufficiently to call into question its relevance or appropriateness, please notify the Web Minister so suitable action can be taken.
All material on this Website, except where a third party is acknowledged, is copyright to Abertridwr from May 2004 onwards. If we have inadvertently reproduced material without acknowledgement, please contact the Web Minister with the pertinent details so that it might be correctly attributed or removed, as you so wish.
Other SCA or related medieval Websites are welcome to cite this site, link to it or reproduce topical material from it for the purposes of informing their populace (eg such as providing information on up-coming events).
If you wish to reproduce specific content or graphics from this Website, please contact the Web Minister or, where directly identified, the originator of such material to ensure that appropriate permission is granted.
|Original site design April 2004:||Andre de Montsegur & The Black Rhys|
|New site design October 2012:||Rosamond de Montfort|
|WordPress redesign 2014:||Garret Watkyn|
|Website Content:||Our website is a result of the combined efforts of all of our previous webministers:
|Artwork:||Arms of Abertridwr, Aneala and Lochac were kindly created by Mistress Roheisa Le Sarjent of Southron Gaard|