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  1. Southwood 1940s Warweekend is on this Saturday & Sunday 25-26th April 2015 Birdcage Lane, Halifax HX3 0JQ West Yorkshire. Only two miles from Halifax Hospital 1940s Military Vehicles Only !! Please arrive before 10am cheers stu
  2. The REME Museum at Arborfield is closing on Saturday 25th April, ready to move to Lynham and open again in 2016. There is to be an event this Saturday, with several family events and displays. Details are on their website http://www.rememuseum.org.uk/news.aspx?nid=40 and this will be the last time to visit the Museum in its present location. Hope you can make it.
  3. Where having a special Bedford gathering & arena Display, at this years Yorkshire Wartime Experience Show 3-5th July http://www.ywe-event.info We currently have 14 wartime Bedfords & several post war Bedfords booked in. If you own a Bedford & would like to attend, please get in touch & visit our website for booking forms & further info. Especially sort after is a Bedford MW water bowser, to complete the MW variants set. Cheers stu
  4. Hello, The East Lancs Railways 1940's event is fast approaching and will be taking place over the May bank holiday from the 23rd to the 25th May. We would welcome any applications from military vehicle owners who would like to come to the event for display as well tank owners. We would like to secure a tank for display and if anyone can offer assistance with this then please DM me to discuss further. More information along with booking forms can be found on our website here: http://www.eastlancsrailway.org.uk/events-activities/2015/5/1940s-weekend.aspx Many thanks, Rich
  5. Here in Marlborough, Wilts we were wartime hosts to the US Army's 347th Station Hospital between May of 1944 and May of 45, when it relocated to Chiseldon near Swindon for its last couple of months in the ETO. The 347th were essentially a stabilisation unit, with patients being flown directly from mainland Europe to nearby Ramsbury and Membury airfields before being conveyed by Ambulance to the hospital on the Common on the north side of the town. As a result, few of the 347th's patients stayed more than one night before being moved once more by ambulance, on to hospital trains at Marlborough's GWR station to be taken on to other military hospitals that would specialise in the various branches of medicine required by each individual. As a unit the 347th had just over 1100 beds, all serviced by 43 officers, 75 nurses and some 400 enlisted men as well as 3 American Red Cross Officers. During its active existence from circa D+3 to the end of July 1945, the 347th treated a staggering 62000 patients of whom less than 20 passed away whilst in their care. In 1997 a small group of 347th veterans returned to Marlborough and unveiled a handsome self funded granite memorial on the site of their wartime endeavours. Some 18 years on, the painted inscription on the stone is now illegible and I am leading efforts to get it refurbished; with a local painter offering to do so FOC with a gilt cream paint as used on sun dials. As and when it is completed I would like to arrange a suitable low-key one day event to refresh the local populaces' awareness of what happened in their midsts post D-Day and would like to gather a representative collection of appropriate WW2 military ambulances back on the common. Interestingly in 1997 we did have one WC54 kindly driven up from Somerset by Steve Whitehouse, but the veterans were decidedly cool about it's presence as it obviously made the bad memories just a little too real; something that I had previously given no consideration to. 18 years on we are sadly no longer graced by the presence of any 347th veterans (I actually do not know of any who are still with us), the only benefit of that being that we can contemplate recreating a little bit of history as per the attached images without causing unnecessary offence. If you are on Facebook, please visit my 'Friends of the WW2 347th Station Hospital' page to see more images of the hospital. The 347th were equipped with both WC54 and Austin K2 vehicles as well as anything passing through the area that they could lay their hands on to! If you are interested in being kept updated on when this might happen, PM me. Thanks, Neil Stevens
  6. The Yorkshire Wartime Experience Show 4-5th July 2015 http://www.ywe-event.info Where having a Bedford gathering at this years show, on both days. We currently have 18 Bedfords booked in, so far. If your interested please get in touch !! Vehicle Booking forms are available to download from our website.
  7. Request for wartime MVs. I am listing this on behalf of the event organisers. 18/19 April Dockyard Through the Ages (Portsmouth HistoricDockyard) http://www.historicdockyard.co.uk/events/event/445-dockyard-through-the-ages Daytime event, Interpretation of the various historical era’sassociated with the dockyard; Tudor, Victorian, Georgian, WWI, WWII and presentday. It would be good to set up apreparing for D-Day style living history in the area close to Action Stations. Food and Drink will be supplied plus the chance to look round thevarious attractions. Names of interested parties to me please so that I can book you in as we will be convoying through the operational Naval Base. Any questions please PM. Thank you for looking.
  8. check this out, capel mvt show have a chinook landing and staying this year! along with many military vehicles etc.. last years show was excellent. get booking now.. iall be there in my drops and ot-90 going nuts.. http://capel-military-vehicle-show.com/
  9. I have been so involved in sorting our Rummage sale and the Military Vehicle show out I completely forgot about Malvern coming up this weekend so it will be a few late nights in the garage sorting stuff to take there is any one else going down call in and see us at the usual spot Hall 2. Stalls 83,84,85,86, C
  10. Foxfield Steam Railway Blythe Bridge (ST11 9BG) will be holding a Military Rummage Sale on Sunday the 29/03/2015 from 07.00hrs till 12.00hrs the café will be open from 07.00hrs to buy tea, coffee, bacon butties and full cooked English breakfast, it is free to sell any Military items and plus free entry to the sale so come along and have a look it will not cost you a penny it's a bargain Commander
  11. Hi all, just testing the water to see what interest there would be in holding a military vehicle show in Oswestry Shropshire, this is something that we have done before but now that we are no longer part of the mvt we have to pay for our own event public liability insurance which is alot! If there is enough interest then we would be looking at holding it in sept...so over to you guys please pm me if you would be interested in coming
  12. Hello,Take a look in my album, Ford T Ambulance. Hope you enjoy. This is a 1917, and I want to know the story of this car after ww1, how it ended up in Norway in the early twenties . It was shortened and used as farmers pickup some years and placed in a barn in the fifties. I would like to know if this is a French or US made Ambulance. My plan in the restoring prosess is to keep it as untouched as possible, but I have to make the body new in the correct dimensions. Some parts are missing, hope to find some,but now I do not know what I need. Have a good day from Jon
  13. It is with great pleasure that we can announce that the highly acclaimed “Tracks to the Trenches” (TTTT) is set to be developed and repeated in 2016 (TTTT 2) and 2018* (TTTT 3). In line with recently announced schedules, these events are now being planned for May in their respective years. 2016 (TTTT 2) – a 3 day event from 13-15th May 2016. A very similar format to the 2014 event (TTTT 1); with photo-charters being arranged in advance of the event weekend, evening photo-shoots during the event, access all areas passes, an emphasis on Schools/Group visit packages, plus much more! The 2017 event (13-14th May) is again planned to be a smaller event, specifically looking at Kerr Stuart locomotives and celebrating the Centenary of our flagship engine “Stanhope” – but it is still hoped to maintain a WW1 presence in the Trench area. 2018* (TTTT 3) – a 4 day World War 1 centenary event from 10th – 13th May 2018. Currently anticipated as really special year. Further details to be confirmed shortly, but hopefully developing on from TTTT1 and 2. Please keep the dates in your diaries! The organisers would like to invite any interested exhibitors or traders to contact us through the www.ww1-event.org website – we would be pleased to hear from you! Entry forms etc will start to be released shortly. * Subject to final confirmation
  14. Dear Members, I looking for owners with ex-RAF vehicles, who may wish to attend RAF Northolt's 100th Anniversary Open Day & Air Show on Saturday 13th June 2015. Please send me a PM if you are interested. Kind Regards Larry
  15. I have been asked to find owners of WW2 British vehicles who would be interested in doing some film work in Liverpool around April time. If this of any interest please PM me (with pictures of your vehicles if possible) for further details. Thanks Craig
  16. CALLING ALL WAR TIME BEDFORD OWNERS i thought it would be good idea to mark the seventieth anniversary of the end of bedfords war time production 2015 will mark 70 years since the last war time bedford was produced and i think it would be fitting tribute to our historic vehicles to arrange a gathering to mark this historic anniversary ,with this in mind i have arranged with Stuart Wright of the Yorkshire wartime experience to hold the gathering as part of this years show , i have arranged for all the vehicles to gather in the dedicated ww2 vehicle parking field were you can camp overnight or just call in for the day Stuart has promised a parade lap around the arena ,this years dates for the show are 3rd,4th,& 5th of July and entry forms can be down loaded from www.ywe-event.info as you can see from the info on the web site there are lots of things to see and do, hope to see you there Nicky
  17. [ATTACH=CONFIG]101603[/ATTACH]This is a great show ive been going to it for 4 years now. Near chippenham
  18. Entry forms are now available for the Croft Nostalgia event at Croft Circuit, near Darlington on August 8th and 9th. This is a week later than past years to give a bit more organising time between the Nostalgia event and the previous race meeting. http://www.croftnostalgia.co.uk
  19. Entry forms are now available for the Battlegroup North event at the Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington on May 9th and 10th. http://www.battlegroupnorth.co.uk/
  20. 19th April - 'CRANK UP', organised by members of the Yorkshire Area of the Military Vehicle Trust (MVT) at the York Castle Museum, Cliffords Tower, York. This annual event now running for over 12 years, sees the spring airing of military vehicles of all ages. Start time from 11.00 am onwards. Contact Chris Smyth. E-Mail: chris-smyth@tiscali.co.uk
  21. All plans underway for this years show at the usual place over the May bank holiday as usual. Dates are Sat May 23rd to Mon May 25th. See you all soon.
  22. Hello everyone I've been asked to put a request on here for WW2 era Military vehicles to display at the season opening airshow for the Shuttleworth Collection near Biggleswade in Bedfordshire, the deal I've managed to get agreed is for free entry to the airshow for every one in a pre-booked military vehicle (yes passengers included, but as it is a charity please try not to turn up with people hanging out of the rear bodies) More information about the airshow can be found here http://www.shuttleworth.org/events/premiere/ , all that is needed is to email kathryn.hale@shuttleworth for more info or to book in and if possible attach a picture of the vehicle you want to bring. Or drop me a PM for more information as well, I'm one of the volunteers on the aircraft and vehicles and we are trying to get a bigger presence of ground based attactions at the shows and I'll try to see if any possible to set up any photo opportunities as well. Cheers and hope to see/hear from some of you soon. Steve Panter
  23. Who is going to Stoneleigh next weekend I will be there with Robin and Bob in our usual place in the bottom corner so call in for a chat and a browse also my offer still stands if you want to bring any surplus kit feel free to bring it down and put it on the stall Commander
  24. Hello got my confirmation today that we are booked on to the 2015 liberation tour to Guernsey in May we are taking the Bedford MWR anybody else going from on here Nicky
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