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Our Services:

Subject to availability we can provide displays of original ephemera including gasmasks, clothing, paperwork and personal effects for Museums, Schools and Charities and Venues. Please see our Education page

 

We give Talks on many aspects of life on the Home Front including Evacuation, the military build up to D-Day and life in London for a wartime child and we can also deliver interactive sessions for young and older audiences alike including reminiscence sessions.

 

Please see our Archives page for details of original photographic material for licensing for educational, charitable and commercial purposes.

 

Our Living History re-enactors present authentic and well researched character portrayals of British and Allied Service Personnel and civilians.

 

We are experienced at Meet and Greet and Mix and Mingle.

 

We support public events, Museums and Visitor Destinations as well as School Projects and Armed Services Ceremonial occasions and private events including for example Mess Dinners and Weddings.   

 

 

If you think we can help you then please do get in touch.

 

Please note that we do not engage in battle re-enactment. We are non-political and non-aligned.  

 

 

Educate         Inform         Remembrance         Respect

"I wanted to pass on my thoughts on the work that you have been doing.
I mention especially, your dedication in remembering both the survivors and those whom we still mourn from those dark days of WW2.
As you know I am a survivor of the war over London and was lucky enough to come through five years of conflict almost unscathed, that’s if you don’t count me losing an eye.

 

I do admit I am proud to be associated with you and your many colleagues who I know to have high standards and to be free of all personal gain, prestige and politics.

 

This may not be appreciated by some who like to dress up and parade around to boost their own egos, but it is appreciated by my generation.
John Dickson / London

Header photograph courtesy of Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse / A Re-enactor's War