Lord Of The Rings Event

The Midlands became Middle Earth last week as thousands of orcs, hobbits and elves flocked to a field in Staffordshire. More than 2,000 role-playing enthusiasts filled a field near Stafford to take part in an epic ‘battle’ worthy of the blockbuster films. The event called ‘The Gathering’ – run by the Lorien Trust – saw men and women of all ages dress up costumes as characters from the films and JRR Tolkien’s famous fantasy novel.

The Midlands became Middle Earth last week as thousands of orcs, hobbits and elves flocked to a field in Staffordshire. More than 2,000 role-playing enthusiasts filled a field near Stafford to take part in an epic 'battle' worthy of the blockbuster films. The event called 'The Gathering' - run by the Lorien Trust - saw men and women of all ages dress up costumes as characters from the films and JRR Tolkien's famous fantasy novel.

The Midlands became Middle Earth last week as thousands of orcs, hobbits and elves flocked to a field in Staffordshire. More than 2,000 role-playing enthusiasts filled a field near Stafford to take part in an epic 'battle' worthy of the blockbuster films. The event called 'The Gathering' - run by the Lorien Trust - saw men and women of all ages dress up costumes as characters from the films and JRR Tolkien's famous fantasy novel.

The Midlands became Middle Earth last week as thousands of orcs, hobbits and elves flocked to a field in Staffordshire. More than 2,000 role-playing enthusiasts filled a field near Stafford to take part in an epic 'battle' worthy of the blockbuster films. The event called 'The Gathering' - run by the Lorien Trust - saw men and women of all ages dress up costumes as characters from the films and JRR Tolkien's famous fantasy novel.

The Midlands became Middle Earth last week as thousands of orcs, hobbits and elves flocked to a field in Staffordshire. More than 2,000 role-playing enthusiasts filled a field near Stafford to take part in an epic 'battle' worthy of the blockbuster films. The event called 'The Gathering' - run by the Lorien Trust - saw men and women of all ages dress up costumes as characters from the films and JRR Tolkien's famous fantasy novel.