|Shire of Lyndhaven|
Argent, three bendlets wavy azure and overall a laurel wreath vert.
The Shire of Lyndhaven is the "hinge" shire in the Crown Principality of Tir Mara. Located between the shire of Avonmore and the barony of Havre des Glaces, and beside the shire of Smithwick in the Northern Region. Lyndhaven is a physically large shire, taking almost three hours to drive from the Avonmore border to Smithwick (Northern Region), and over four hours to drive from the southern city of Saint John to the edge of Havre des Glaces. Our population is mostly found within and around the communities of Woodstock, Fredericton, and Saint John with several members in the northern reaches.
Meaning: The Linden Tree was adopted as our shire's tree to shelter the populace when our stately Elms started dying from a mysterious illness.
Established: August 1991 (However, the first meeting for the shire took place in September of 1986)
Blazon: Argent, three bendlets wavy azure and overall a laurel wreath vert.
Newsletter: The Lyndhaven Leaflet (presently not in print)
Middleground (May, Victoria Day weekend)
Harvest Feast (September)
Feast of Fools (1 April)
Middleground/Spring Schola Event Stewards
AS 53 : cancelled
AS 52 : Doccia Vacha
AS 51 : Conogan mab Rioc
AS 50 : Conogan mab Rioc
AS 49 : cancelled (schedule conflict with crown tourney)
AS 48 : Conogan mab Rioc
AS 47 : Conogan mab Rioc
AS 46 : Mariota of Kildare
AS 45 : Inga Thorgansdottir
AS 44 : Cat Lennox (first year as Middleground)
AS 43 : Conogan mab Rioc (small potluck day event due to Lyndhaven hosting Spring Crown Tourney)
AS 42 : Aurelia di Calabria (last year as Spring Schola/Northern Shores Warcamp)
AS 41 : Aethelwulf Stealcere
AS 40 : Natali'a (Tali'a) Patrova
AS 39 : Marsaili inghean an Ghobhainn
AS 38 : Leod Dubh
AS 37 : Meabh am Fitheach Dubh
AS 36 : Evan Jons
AS 35 : Falcona Malmiros (Last year as Lyndhaven Spring Schola)
There were many more before this, and the event was called "Spring Schola", featuring many A&S classes, archery, armoured combat, fencing, and singing.