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Lacock at War 16th - 17th August 2014 After our second appearance at Lacock Village, we're back to bring you another great event for 2014. Our idea is to bring the village alive by stepping back in time. You can expect to see an array of Military Vehicles, both old and new. There will be great trade stands to look around, living history exhibits and NAAFI to enjoy a tea & doughnut. The Red Lion and Wadworths Brewery will have a great pig roast, BBQ and beer tent. We will also have living history groups, who will be set up on the field and parading through the Lacock Village streets. DJ Desert Fox will be entertaining us with his fab 1940s music. And the glamorous Madeline Brown will once again be wowing the crowds with her stunning performances. After many requests we will also be having the wonderful Dulcie Demure and her Burlesque workshop and firepower demonstrations from Das Heer. BATTLE OF BRITAIN MEMORIAL FLIGHT - SUNDAY 17TH AUG - TIME TBC Adults £3. Children £1.50. Under 5s FREE. You can find us on the Parish Council Playing Fields in the National Trust village of Lacock, Wiltshire. SN15 2LQ. For more information, visit us at: www.westwiltsmvt.co.uk
1940s Blitz Ball Saturday 1st December. 7:30pm till Midnight. Melksham Assembly Hall, Market Place, Melksham, Wiltshire SN12 6ES. Live entertainment from 1940’s singing sensation “Sandy Sparkle”". Back by popular demand is the fantastic “DJ UXB”, playing music from late 30’s, through the blitz years to late 40’s rhythm and blues jump and jive . Proudly introducing “Kitty Robbins & Bella Rouge”; two sensational vintage burlesque acts. Spot prize for best dressed and remember to retain your ticket stub for our free entry raffle! Tickets £12.50 strictly in advance only. For more ticket information contact Jason on 01793 326188 or Chris on 01225 700985. Email: email@example.com. Tickets also available to purchase from the Melksham Assembly Hall. Please Note: Food & drink available at the venue, please do not bring your own! Dress to Impress, 1940s Civilian or Allied services dress encouraged. For poster details, click the following link:https://www.facebook.com/events/481834798500143 I don't receive notifications for this thread, so please contact me direct for more details.