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Memories of the 1940s Homefront

Sat 14th August @ 10:00 am - Sun 15th August @ 5:00 pm

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Take a step back to the 1940s Britain on the Homefront with this popular weekend event. Download our leaflet here: Memories of the 1940s Homefront

Live 1940s entertainment from singers Jayne Darling, Marina Mae, Johnny Victory and Kev Mack.

There will be two children’s boot camps per day, for those brave enough to face Sergeant Major Marmite!  Our ‘Winston Churchill’ will make speeches at Town End and walk about meeting visitors.

1940s Re-enactors

1940s Re-enactors

Re enactors will be mingling and there will be group displays on Woodland Walk.

If you are a re-enactor or veteran, please download the relevant application form below and return to us by no later than Tuesday 10th August 2021:

2021 Re-enactor Form

2021 Veteran Form

There is very limited space for vehicles (pre- 1945) to be displayed. If you wish to display a vehicle, please contact, Candi Bell, Events Manager: Email: Candida.Colgrave-Bell@tramway.co.uk

PLEASE NOTE, 12 MONTH RETURN TICKETS DO NOT APPLY TO THIS EVENT.  Tickets only available on arrival. Discount for those dressing in 1940s costume.

Tickets and car bookings from the cancelled 2020 1940s events are NOT VALID for this event. For queries, please contact Candi Bell on the email above.

Spiv and Police

Spiv and Police

 

Crich Tramway Village is a brand name for the National Tramway Museum (Accredited with Arts Council England), solely owned and operated by The Tramway Museum Society, incorporated in England with liability by guarantee (no. 744229). Registered charity number 313615. Our ICO number is Z6700136.

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