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Second World War Event

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Event timing: May bank holiday
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May bank holiday sees our popular annual Second World War event with historical re-enactors, military vehicles, and spectacular air displays, a Hurricane on Sunday, and the legendary Spitfire on Monday (both weather permitting).

The Home Front during the war is also brought to life with music, dancing, theatrical performances, and children's activities and crafts.

Sunday and Monday afternoon will also feature a noisy skirmish between the German and Allied re-enactors.

Telephone: 01992 707370

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