Take a trip back in time ,Join us for a weekend of History in a wonderful setting

Crown Forces 1776


The Society depicts units of the British Army

from the American War of Independence

and has appeared at a multitude of sites from Cornwall

to Northumbria

Over the years they have visited just about every

English Heritage site

many of the National Trust, County Shows and individual

historical venues

such as Portsmouth Dockyard and the National Army Museum

They have the backdrop of a small 18th Century Military Camp

including a display of Soldiers artefacts


There area display will include


.18th Century Infantry Parade and Firing Manual Exercise 


.Supplemented by an Artillery Display featuring

the Society’s reproduction firing Light 3 Pounder Cannon


. A children's participation session in light Drill

and Marching to the Drum.

.The young adults are equipped with quality reproduction

muskets and some soldierly items of uniform


For more details please visit the group on face book


 Crown Forces Page

Wardour Garrison.

Wardour Garrison Living History Society

re-creates life as it might have been in England

during the Seventeenth Century

The Wardour Garrison's members have the skills

to demonstrate  a number of skills and crafts

that may represent the types of activity

that would have been carried out by

a seventeenth century garrison

Wardour Garrison


Most of these will be on display 


The Musket   - The Kitchen and Cooks  - The Pike 


Games  - The Bill   - Children   -Cavalry  - Coiner       


 Barber Surgeon  -  Candle Maker  -   Ladies                             


 Rope Maker    - Spinners and Knitters  -  Lace Maker    


Officers  - Laundress  -  Woman -   Apothecary


Shot Maker   - Tavern                                 




Brixham Unit Information 


British Resistance Archive -Churchill's Auxiliary Units


Auxiliary Units were a secret resistance network of highly

trained volunteers prepared to be Britain's last ditch line of

defence during World War Two

They operated in a network of cells from hidden 

underground bases around the UK

Brixham Auxiliary Unit and Operational Base

will be the main display topic when the 

group attend the event

The unit base site is not far from Lupton House 

Learn more when you chat to them 

You will find them in the main house 


Coleshill House


Yet to be confirmed

The Medieval Free Company


The Medieval Free Company is a group of families and individuals who all share a common interest in medieval history. We specialise in the recreation of the lifestyle of a group of mercenaries during the Wars of the Roses period. Our focus is on authentic living history camps & archery with authentic English longbow.

With the Medieval Free Company you can feel the weight of a real sword, hear the whip of the bowstrings as the arrows fly, mark the dexteritity it takes to weave baskets, try your hand at making butter from scratch, test your cunning with the games master and feel the heat from the cook's open fire. We guarantee an immersive, engaging and truly Medieval experience.


We pride ourselves on our passion for this period of history and the skills and aspects of medieval life that we display. As such we welcome as many questions as you can ask and only hope that you are inspired to learn more about life during the Wars of theRoses as a result of meeting the Medieval Free Company.

Medieval free company

The 304th Panzer grenadier


The 304th Panzergrenadier Living History Group was formed in 2013 and became part of the oldest WW2 re-enactment society in the country, the WW2 Living History Association. From its start our group have striven for a strong command structure and true authenticity in everything that we do and after only a few years the group has gained a reputation for authenticity and a true representation of the German Panzer Grenadier. We’re keen to find and recruit people from around the country who have the same level of commitment to authenticity and to the preservation of WW2 history. 

304th Panzer Grenadier

As part of the event we have once again invited local modellers

to bring some of their amazing models along 

These will be on display in the room along side the main house

Look for the signpost  so you don't miss them 

Yet to be confirmed

The Tudor Dance Group is a non profit making organisation whom aim is to promote and preserve the knowledge of early dance.

Dance displays will be on the programe with the group meeting and greeting  during the weekend 

Please note all photos are copywrite to the Groups

and Persons above .

Please get in touch direct for permissions to use .

We would like to thank the above for allowing us to use their photos and details