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  1. Sunday 13th November 2016 This service will be attended by serving soldiers, veterans and their families, but visitors are also very welcome to join in the service. This well attended service will take place in the Cold War Hall. After this, a wreath laying ceremony will take place at the Royal Armoured Corps Memorial, outside the Museum. All visitors will be asked to respect the 2 minutes silence that occurs at 11.00.
  2. Hi all Just thought I would post on here about the event we are currently putting together for the ww1 Centenary of the Somme plus the Tank trials that took place at Hatfield House. We have got lots planned so far from working replica tanks to Dog fights, Living history and talks from some of the leading Historians in the subject areas covered. http://www.hatfield-house.co.uk/event-detail.asp?event=366 If anyone would like to attend with a vehicle or display even just yourself in period kit please let us know. Our email address is admin@eventplan.co.uk or find us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/EventplanUK/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
  3. http://www.ashdowncamp.com Another great show planned for you this year from the Team at Ashdown Camp, check out the New Website for more details. www.ashdowncamp.com
  4. Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th August 2016 10am - 5pm 01929 405096 See the history of warfare in action from Medieval to Modern day with living history encampments, drills, weaponry displays, firearms evolution and period battles. We have assembled some of the very best re-enactment groups in the UK, including the Sealed Knot, the Southern Skirmish Association and the elite units for the Napoleonic Association. Site opens at 9am each day. Enjoy a packed programme of activities from 10am as we take you on a tour of history with drill displays, battle re-enactment and spectacular sieges. Each group will be camped around the battlefield, you will be free to wander around find out what life was like for soldiers and civilians alike from 1415 to 1945. During each day there will be a grand parade of all of our re-enactment groups bringing everyone together for a fantastic photographic opportunity during a short drum-head memorial to remember our fallen soldiers and civilians throughout conflicts past and present. The final arena display will be a 30 minute display from The Tank Museum*. *The appearance of all our historic machines in the display is subject to mechanical availability on the day. Annual Passes ARE valid for this event.
  5. The Tank Museum Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th July 2016 A Special Visit by Doctor Who's Arch Enemies! The Dalek's , Doctor Who's arch nemesis', will be invading The Tank Museum on the weekend of Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th July 2016! Annual Passes ARE valid for this event!
  6. Find out what's going this Summer at The Tank Museum! 21st July - 4th September 2016 The Tank Museum This Summer explore The Tank Museum and experience the biggest day out in history…NEW Exhibition - TANK MEN: The Story of the First Crews Explore The Tank Museum’s newest exhibition and discover the lives of eight First World War soldiers who were among the pioneers of tank warfare. You will be moved by powerful stories as we mark the Centenary of the tank.Tanks in Action Displays – Every Weekday See Tanks roll into action at 1pm every weekday, starting on Thursday 21 July. Realistic explosions, life like explosions and expert commentary. Learn how tanks have evolved and how they are used in battle in this action–packed demonstration of Tanks in Action.Vehicle Rides – Every Day Experience for yourself the thrill of riding in an M548 tracked vehicle. This working example of military hardware seats 16 at a time – so the whole family can jump on together. Available every day during the holidays, a £3.50pp charge applies.Family Activities Take part in a range of family activities. Tonnes of Fun for Families! Kids can let off steam in our outdoor play area and in our new inside soft play area, adjacent to our Café. Plus free family trails to keep them absorbed with teasers and puzzles!
  7. Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th June 2016 9am - 6pm [h=1]TANKFEST RETURNS TO THE TANK MUSEUM...[/h]...bringing the story of tanks, tank crew and soldiers to life... Join us for the world's biggest and best live display of historic armour, living history, and much more at the Home of the Tank. Following the sell-out 2015 TANKFEST, we strongly advise buying tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. As well as high-octane arena displays, see music and dancing in the Entertainment Marquee, feats of strength in the Tank Pull Challenge and come face-to-face with history in the Living History encampments.
  8. Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd July 2016 10am - 5pm Exhibitors display war games on the Museum floor. Please note access to some exhibits may be obstructed. The annual War Gamers event returns to The Tank Museum, as hobbyists take over the Museum for the weekend. War gaming clubs from across the country will be exhibiting different strategy games for visitors to view and join in. Specialist traders will also be dispersed around the Museum allowing gamers to add to their collections... and for novices to start their own! This is a must see event for anyone; especially those with an interest in war gaming and the associated hobbies of diorama building, modelling and play table making. Call 01929 462359 for more information. Please note: Access to some exhibits may be obstructed during the course of this weekend event. Annual Passes ARE valid for this event.
  9. USAAF Station 104, Hardwick, Norfolk, NR35 2BG ~ Friday 15th, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th July 2011 Renown warbird operator and restorer Maurice Hammond and myself have teamed up this year to bring you a new event to the show diary - The 'Our Little Friends' wartime weekend. Based at Maurice Hammond's private airstrip in Norfolk, this event will be a must for anyone with a keen interest in the USAAF and Eighth Air Force in East Anglia. Camping space and vehicle attendance is limited due to space constraints on-site so please accept that due to the nature of this period themed event, preference will be given to suitably marked USAAF vehicles and unfortunately MV's not of the era will not be eligible to attend the event. Camping will be from Friday midday thru Sunday by prior booking only. Friday Evening - 'The Eighth Air Force Experience' ~ Feature Presentation. This is a 2.5 hour interactive presentation I have prepared on my iMac detailing the story of the USAAF in East Anglia from the construction of the wartime airfields to the departure of the USAAF in July 1945, right up to present links with the USAF today. This presentation uses archive photographs, wartime 8mm colour movie film and the creators 20 years of USAAF knowledge to entertain you throughout the evening - All staged in an aircraft hangar. Saturday Day - Bolero Convoy Ed Abbott of (Operation Bolero, Route to Victory & Gathering of Eagles fame) will map us out a picturesque route around the region taking in much of the Eighth Air Force's history and is (hoped) to include delivering the convoy to a reunion of WWII USAAF flyers visiting Suffolk from the US the same weekend. Watch this space for updates. Saturday Evening - Our Little Friends Hangar Dance Turning back the clock to the 1940's, you can dance the night away in an original wartime hangar to the sight and sound of the Big Band era with the Jonathan Wyatt Big Band, with an array of USAAF warbirds as a back drop as the sun goes down. Sunday - Museum Open Day & Warbird Fly-In The 93rd Bomb Group museum's annual open day will coincide with a fly-in of WWII warbirds including the two resident P-51 Mustang's of Maurice Hammond's and many other invited aircraft. It is hoped that a USAAF reenactment display around the aircraft and vehicles can be staged if enough interest is forthcoming. Going to Beltring the following week? Why not break your journey in Norfolk before heading down South for all the mud and dust sandwiches. All enquiries to Clive D Stevens - 01379 871020 - clivestevens17@yahoo.co.uk Nb - Both Evening events are by ticket only with all monies raised throughout the entire weekend going towards Cancer Research. This is a not for profit operation and both myself, Maurice Hammond, Ed Abbott and all the helpers on the day are donating our services free of charge.
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