43rd Monmouthshire Light Infantry
We are a re-enactment group portraying the 43rd Regiment of Foot—The Monmouthshire Light Infantry, but also operate as a “Provisional Battalion” made up of detachments and individuals separated from their own regiments.
44th East Essex
The 44th (East Essex) Regiment of Foot is a Living History and Re-Enactment Society that portrays the life of the regiment from the year 1800 to the battle of Waterloo in 1815.
Artillery Through The Ages

The Group portrays:
Garde Imperiale 1815 Grenadier & Artillery
Royal Navy Circa 1805 – HMS Loire
American Civil War Union Artillery Crew
World War One - Royal Flying Corps - Royal Naval Air Service - German Air Service

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The Cavalry Workshop Saddlery and Leatherwork, Uniforms and Equipment for any period, made to measure.
Stitch in Time Specialists in the reproduction of military and civilian costumes and  accessories covering the period 1740-1880. With the highest respect  for the period and processes used during that colourful and  flamboyant period in history.
Sussex Yeomanry

Sussex Yeomanry is a specialist historical mounted skill at arms group that has been formed for the purpose of developing and promoting British cavalry skills from the early Napoleonic wars through to WW1 etc. through giving demonstrations, putting on displays and taking part in competitions (both in the UK and abroad) and in any film work that may present itself.

45éme de Ligne We are a French infantry re-enactment group, based in the UK, portraying the lives of fusiliers and their ladies mainly in the period 1805-1809.
Worcester Yeomanry Cavalry

The unit was raised in 1794 and was based at Eastnor in due course; they drilled at Powick Hams,Madresfield, Bevere, Kempsey, and Strensham and other local areas.

Various Patterns Courtesy of Mrs Nancy and Miss Katie Stevens