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Hamlets are a group unique to [[Lochac]], they sit between the more social [[Household]] and the formal [[Canton]]. The idea is to provide small groups with some form of recognision without the reporting requirements that can lead to difficulty in filling the officers. They can register a name and device, and recieve group awards. For the full details, see the external link below.
Taken from the the Lochac seneschal's page on [[https://lochac.sca.org/seneschal/hamlets.php Hamlets]]
 
   
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==External Links==
A hamlet is a social group within the game, but is not a formal SCA entity in the same sense as a Shire, Canton or Barony. It has a minimum membership of five people. It is easiest to think of a hamlet as the next step up from a household - but it is distinct from a household because, once established, it is a recognised entity that is not tied to any one person or family. A hamlet can exist within the territory of a Barony or a Shire, but a hamlet cannot be created inside a hamlet. Hamlets are created by the Crown, under advice from the Kingdom Seneschal and, if they are within a Barony, the relevant Baron and Baroness.
 
 
* Lochac seneschal's page on [[https://lochac.sca.org/seneschal/hamlets.php Hamlets]]

Revision as of 12:43, 16 March 2017

Hamlets are a group unique to Lochac, they sit between the more social Household and the formal Canton. The idea is to provide small groups with some form of recognision without the reporting requirements that can lead to difficulty in filling the officers. They can register a name and device, and recieve group awards. For the full details, see the external link below.

External Links

  • Lochac seneschal's page on [Hamlets]