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Many thanks to Stu, his team, and all those who brought vehicles, weaponry, kit etc. An innovation this year was 'tank rides' - in a Scorpion and an APC. It was a splendid weekend; the weather was great too. (The dust raised by the vehicles was not so great...)

 

A few photos here of British and Soviet armour.

 

John.

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I counted five Stollys and no less than seven RB44s. And one Flying Pig! :D

 

Andy

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Organising events like this is a thankless task - often too many niggles and not enough recognition for the hours of effort and logistics that goes into running such a complicated show. Many thanks to Stuart and his team - and a big hand to the rarely recognised 'loo' team.

 

Nic

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Our club, "D Coy" came over from N.I. Was our first time at the show. We were impressed. Everyone was friendly, with a relaxed atmosphere. And the standard of the portaloos was excellent, far better than the toilets at war and peace last year.

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Thank you Stuart and team for a great weekend from us at the Wartime in the Vale Showonce again a excellent show we really did enjoy cheers

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