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  1. Ashdown Camp

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    Military, Classic Car and motorcycle Auto Jumble, set in the WWII camp at Ashdown, all sorts of militaria and vinatge collectables come and see whats on sale on the day. No need to book just turn up at 8am to set up, gates open at 9am to public.
  2. The Northern Military Expo is back for a second year again being held at Newark County Showground on Sunday 6th November 2011. Doors will open to the public at 09:00 until 16:00 With up to 200 trade stalls we are hoping to grow on the success of last years show and take that through to our TWO 2012 Show's. NEW in 2011, Autojumble immediately outside the show building for those who have bits and pieces they want to sell and don't want to stretch to a trade stall in the main hall. The choice of location is perfect. All the facilities we need in one place and all in doors. The George Stephenson Hall at Newark County Showground has been built in the last few years with just this type of event in mind. With both a bistro cafe and toilets in doors its ideal for this type of show. After successful sales last year we will again be setting a side an area on the day for those visitors and traders who wish to display and sell vehicles, this will be immediately outside the main entrance. Meaning anyone entering the event will need to walk passed this area and in turn any vehicles which are on show. Classic Cars or Military are welcome and pitches are only £10 each. For more information please feel free to contact us or join our mailing list via the website.
  3. I've recently bought a jeep and currently doing it up as a representation of 5th Wiltshires in northern europe. I don't belong to any reenactment group, but I'd like to dress the part when I take it to shows etc. So now the silly question. Is it acceptable to wear British army Officer uniform to go with it or would that be frowned upon?
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