Haworth WR28 Home Guard.

Haworth WR28 Home Guard were formed in 2005.

As many of our founder members had relatives who had been members of West Riding  Home Guard Battalions, we were delighted for the opportunity to remind people of the unselfish effort and commitment that our volunteer forces gave freely, to help protect families and homes from an imminent invasion force.

“C” Company, WR28 Home Guard, has grown in numbers & equipment over the past 8 years enabling us to tailor our WW2 displays to the local events that we attend.

Pontefract Home Guard Living History.

The Fighting 48th are a long established Home Guard.

Pontefract Home Guard Living History Group looks at the seriousness through the uncertainty and the improvisation, but never allow ourselves to trivialise, romanticise, fictionalise or glorify the war years on the Home Front.A second impression is of the secret work of the Auxiliary Units and we are proud to claim to be the first group to portray these men in our way and are honoured to have a close relationship with the A.U. museum in Suffolk.

61st Reconnaissance Regiment.

Part of the Northern World War 2 Association 50th Division

The 61st Reconnaissance Regiment Living History Group, part of the Northern World War 2 Association 50th Division. Our  portrayal of the 61st Recce is to show what they and other Reconnaissance units did at the forefront of most of the fighting in Europe from D Day to the Ardennes.

The Group have no political aims and don’t glorify war, the main aim is to show what these troops had to endure and to remember their sacrifices.

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61st Reconnaissance Regiment

61st Reconnaissance Regiment – Living History Group

UK Police Re-Enactment Group

Recreating Policing From The Past!

A small group that attends events, recreating that period when a policeman or women was feared when he or she would walk down a street moving spiv’s on, feeling the collar of the local miscreants. and occasionally battling with suffragettes!

Displays & Events in Bridlington Priory Church

Dambusters Squadron Display

Weddings of Yesteryear 1940’s wedding display

Weddings of Yesteryear
1940’s Wedding Display
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The New Dad's Army Film.

With the recent Universal Pictures 'Dads Army 'filming in Bridlington Old Town's Georgian High Street as Walmington On Sea, including a superb St Georges Day Parade lead by Bridlington's Own Town Crier David Hinde in the cameo role of the Walmington-On-Sea Town Crier watched by the Mayor of Walmington-On-Sea, former Mayor of Bridlington Cllr Cyril Marsburg, many of Old Town's businesses were used for individual shop sets in the film. The film opened worldwide in Cinemas on February 5th 2016 after a World Film Premiere at Leicester Square London.

Bridlington’s Old Town 1940’s Summer Festival on Sunday June 10th 2018 will be the place to be. 

Click to Watch The Full International Film Trailer.

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