Named for Geoffry Boyeswick, known on the battlefield as simply ‘boye’. He fought closely with Prince Rupert in many battles using the form of a giant hunting dog. Despite efforts to conceal his talents, he became notorious in the rebel “roundhead” camp as a fearsome dog with magical abilities. Fighting more directly on the front line, Boyeswick was an impressive warrior who used the cover of the battlefield to take down the witch hunters on the roundhead side along with anyone who got in his way.
Members of Boyeswick house are chosen for their bravery, loyalty, passion and adventurous spirit. They are fiercely dedicated and will go to great lengths to defend their friends. The colours for House Boyeswick are deep blue and gold, representing his loyalty and relationship with the crown. The motto is “Fortis” which translates to Brave.