Provided here are the current Officers of the Shire of Grenemere. If you need assistance with one of our members, our shire, or anything related to the SCA, we encourage you to contact us. Are you a member of the shire, in good standing with the SCA, and living in our area? Interested in an open position? Please contact the Seneschal and ask how to get involved.
The primary responsibilities of the Seneschal are to ensure that the various rules and bylaws of the SCA are being properly observed, and that regular Shire Business Meetings run in a smooth and productive manner.
The Herald is responsible for maintaining records of awards and devices of the group, and assists with historical research of personas, heraldry, or any other aspect of life in the middle ages.
The Exchequer is in charge of all funds and financial activity in the Shire.
The Minister of Arts and Sciences (MoAS) oversees scheduling and logistics of Arts and Sciences activities, including dance, and assists with research.
The Shire Webminister is responsible for maintaining this website and managing all official online groups within the Shire.
The Chatelaine (Gold Key) is in charge of greeting new members and visitors to the shire. They are the point of contact for group demos, exhibitions, and any other public engagements and services.
The Minister of Children is responsible for fostering the education of the children between the ages of 5 to 16 on medieval activities and the Society. They oversee the children’s activities at shire-level events.
The Chronicler keeps a meticulous account of all activities within the shire, maintaining a full account and the minutes of each Business Meeting and reporting any pertinent information to the rest of the populace.
The Historian is responsible for compiling a living history of the shire, from its earliest beginnings to the present day. They gather critical documents, notes important events, and maintains the archives.
The Marshal supervises regular weapons practices, and ensures that all combat is conducted in a safe manner. This office is broken into various specific combat positions (fencing, thrown, archery, heavy, etc.).