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Please feel free to tour around River Haven.  We trust you will enjoy what you see.  Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us, our Baronial or Canton Hospitallers.

A little bit of history...

River Haven, or in the early days the Shire of River Haven was formed on the 3rd September 1983 with 10 members. Since then it has grown in numbers finally progressing to Barony status. River Haven has seen six Baron and Baronesses (their Devices can be seen on the Roll of Arms page) since it was formed.

Since those early days the Barony of River Haven has grown to include the Cantons of Stegby and Burnfield taking in areas south to the Queensland/New South Wales border, west as far as Dalby and north as far as MacKay. (Previous groups included the Canton of Castellum Montanum, School of St Hieronymous & Drajks Fjord.)

A Link for a list of previous officers

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SCA Kingdom level Awards.

For a list of all Baronial level awards, see here
  • Grants of Arms
    The Crown may bestow a Grant of Arms to any individual whose substantial, unremitting, and excellent service or ability is of great value to the Kingdom.
  • The Order of the Silver Pegasus
    The Order of the Silver Pegasus may be given to those who have distinguished themselves over time by performing outstanding service. They shall also have demonstrated chivalry, courtesy and courtly behaviour.
  • The Order of the Cockatrice
    The Order of the Cockatrice may be given to those who have distinguished themselves over time by showing outstanding skill in the Arts & Sciences. They shall also have demonstrated chivalry, courtesy and courtly behaviour.
  • The Order of the Red Wyvern
    The Order of the Red Wyvern may be given to those who have distinguished themselves over time by performing outstanding service and great prowess in the Martial Arts. They shall also have demonstrated chivalry, courtesy, and courtly behaviour both on and off the field of combat. Such prowess can include skills in Armoured Combat, Archery, Rapier, the Equestrian Arts, Siege Warfare, or Leadership on the warfield.
  • Award of Arms
    The Crown shall bestow an Award of Arms to those individuals who they deem deserving of recognition for their various achievements.
  • The Order of the Golden Tear
    The Order of the Golden Tear may be bestowed upon those the Crown finds deserving of honour for substantial and considerate service to the Kingdom.
  • The Order of the Lily
    The Order of the Lily may be bestowed upon to those the Crown finds deserving of honour, for achievement in the arts and sciences.
  • The Order of the Rapier
    The Order of the Rapier may be bestowed upon those the Crown finds deserving of honour, for achievement in the field of Rapier fighting.
  • The Order of the Golden Sword
    The Order of the Golden Sword may be bestowed upon those the Crown finds deserving of honour, for achievement in the field of heavy fighting.
  • The Order of the Nock
    The Order of the Nock may be bestowed upon those the Crown finds deserving of honour, for achievement in the fields of archery and/or missile combat.
  • The Miles Regni
    The Miles Regni (Soldier of the Kingdom) may be bestowed by the Crown to those who have supported the army of Lochac in any significant manner, including siege weapons and non contact participants.
  • The Order of Prometheus
    The Order of Prometheus may be bestowed upon those the Crown finds deserving of honour for excellence in teaching.
  • The Order of Hector
    The Order of Hector may be bestowed upon those the Crown finds deserving of honour for excellence in equestrian activities.
  • The Lochac Order of Grace
    The Lochac Order of Grace may only be awarded once per reign to that person the Queen regards as having displayed exceptional courtesy.
  • The Order of the Rowan
    The Order of the Rowan is given to those who have displayed exceptional and consistent grace and courtesy to all.
  • The Order of the Silver Helm
    The Order of the Silver Helm is given to those combatants who consistently present a good looking and period appearance on the field.
  • The Order of the Cross of Lochac
    The Order of the Cross of Lochac may be given to those who have performed service to the Kingdom, but who are not citizens of Lochac.
  • The Prix Jongleur
    The Prix Jongleur may be bestowed on those who by way of performance consistently entertain the populace of the Kingdom.
  • Royal Cyphers
    The Crown may create and award Royal Cyphers to those people who have been thoughtful and helpful to the Crown, or the King or Queen separately, during their reign. These may also be
    proclaimed as a King’s Cypher or a Queen’s Cypher.
  • The Mouse Guard
    The Mouse Guard is given in recognition of the contribution given to our Kingdom by children between the ages of 4 and 13 years.
  • The Order of the Pride of Lochac
    The Pride of Lochac is given by the Crown to groups, such as households, who have as a group made noteworthy contribution to the Kingdom.

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