Living History Groups

16th Lancers - RiflesThe 16th Lancers Display TroopA small recreation of the cavalry of the First World War, demonstrating the horsemanship, uniforms, weapons and equipment of this important period in our history. Our aims are to educate and entertain whilst honouring the memory of the men, women and animals who served in the Great War.
manchestersManchester Regiment 1914 - 1918The Manchester Regiment 1914-1918 is now over 20 years old and has been a leading authority in Great War living history for all of that time.
croix_de_guerreCroix de GuerreCroix de Guerre was formed in 2004 and remains the premier living history group dedicated to the French Army from the period of 1913-40.
Lest we forgetLest We Forget aims to develop a number of
“living experience” educational sites within the
UK and mainland Europe closely linked to British,
Commonwealth and European military history.
MECOMECo is a group of like-minded collectors with a joint interest in living history covering the early 1900s through to the 1960s. We use as much original kit and equipment as possible to put on educational displays and living history events at various locations up and down the country encompassing all three British armed services.
Durham PalsPortraying the 18th Battalion Durham Light Infantry. The portrayal
is evolving through the centenary period to match like-for-like that of the real Durham Pals
29th Field KitchenPortraying British Army cooks. Using period recipe books and original Soyer cookers, an authentic lunch for the re-enactors present!
Birmingham PalsThe Birmingham Pals are a group of dedicated military and social history enthusiasts.
Nostalgia UnlimitedDisplay relating to 63th Royal Naval Division and military optics/rangefinders/trench periscopes
1914-21 Portraying the armies of the First World War on the Eastern & Salonika Fronts and the Russian Civil War
Axis-AlliedWW1 Italian Alpini/Russian display
Northern FortiesWW1-WW2 Rifle Display