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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 17:21 pm 
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Shifty wrote:
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I had to look at it all day, and I'm still recovering!


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 19:54 pm 
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if you look at what the other events have to offer in the way of reenactors, vehicles, dioramas, planes stalls etcccc
theses other events are quite dear to attend pro rota
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I have heard, (dont shoot the messenger) that Crich is charging re-enactors to display ...???

Hi Spoke to Brian regarding charging re-enactors to display at Crich Tramway, as we have displayed there for a few years. There are no plans to charge re-enactors to put on displays at the Crich 1940s events, just so you all know.


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Thank you .. as I say, it was something I was told and one way to get an answer is perhaps to make the comment.. !!

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On the count down now, just putting final things in place, we are planning to hold a re-enactor bring and buy militaria area on our stand after the punters have gone home on the Saturday evening, about 6.30 at our tent city of the 'Operation Garden' stand, so if you want to come and have a peruse or sell anything feel free to come over with what you have, any era and any army. Any questions please drop me a PM

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Shame about the weather but we enjoyed it! Hope everyone has dried out a little!

Kate and James (Edward's Shed)

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Black velvet halter necked dress with silver shot thread skirt (may still have Harrods label in it) I have photos of all of these items and I know where they are in Scunthorpe, but would appreciate a nod if they come up for sale. [/color]


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I went on the friday and had a fantastic day out the rain stopped play for hour in the afternoon though it had a good omen for soldiers of fortune as I sheltered in their tent and I spent some cash in there. Though the day was well worth the visit the people who I spoke to were enthusiastic and everuone knew their onions and it made me proud to be a part of the rreenactment society, a special thank you to paul the Russian and spike of the axis 44 group who knew every thing about every thing I will be going again and again, and a big thank you to those volunteers and organisers who make it all happen


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