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Roman Fort, Cumbria.
of History, Kelmarsh, Northamptonshire.
– a couple
of notes from English Heritage
“it was a
pleasure to see decently turned out Jacobites that
did the era and the individuals involved both then
and now proud. Proper kit well made with attention
to detail, even down to firearms and sidearms. "
standards of Lace Wars are second to none and it
was great to have you back at the event.”
Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire.
Royal / Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire.
– a note from
The National Trust
"a splendid performance
in every regard. It was simply a delight to work
with such a professional and reliable group - the
event couldn't have been easier to manage."
From the Past, Broadlands, Hampshire.
– a note from
to thank everybody for making Blasts from the Past
such an excellent show, well done all! The public
clearly had a great time based on the very positive
Similarly the Broadlands estate
were very pleased with the show.
I thought it one of the best events we've staged
so many thanks again!"
Fort George, Invernesshire.
of Historic Buildings, Bromsgrove, W. Midlands.
of Prestonpans Heritage Trust, East Lothian.
- a note from
“Can you thank everyone for a
We had great visitor numbers and
takings, which should go a long way towards me making
this an annual event!
Open Air Museum, Buckinghamshire.
Fort Paull, near
Old Hall, Lincolnshire.
Military Odyssey 2002
& 2003, Detling, nr. Maidstone, Kent.
Gunpowder Mills, Essex.
Highland Folk Museum, Newtonmore, Scotland.
Regt. Museum, Lichfield.
Tutbury Castle, Staffordshire.
to the whole group for an outstanding presentation
and an unfaltering high standard in costume ”
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