The Ubique Right of the Line Living History Group (Artillery through the Ages) provide gun detachments, gun crews and ancillary displays across the South of the UK.

These include the guns from past conflicts such as the Napoleonic, Nelson’s Navy, the First and Second World Wars and the Falklands conflict.

For the last 25 years the Group has also been tasked with firing and displaying the Royal Armouries collection of Artillery at Fort Nelson, Hampshire.

Should you be interested in our activities or wish to join the group, we invite you to contact us.

The Group is covered by the relevant PLI and subscribe fully to the conditions of the VCR Act.


Ernest George Horlock V.C

Ernest George Horlock VC (also known as Ernest George Harlock) (24 October 1885 – 30 December 1917) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the Read more…

Delville Wood Artillery

    This World War 1 photo from the Herr Woerner Eugen Collection, shows the German side of the offensive at Delville Wood, this German soldier is overseeing the shell case dump on the German Read more…

Eastleigh Remembers

Ubique took part in the 2018 Eastleigh Remembers event, which was staged to commemorate the WW1 clearing hospital that was located in the Leigh Road Recreation Ground. The event centered around the group’s portrayal of Read more…

Overlord sees a Sexton

  The Fort Nelson Sexton SPG and detachment from Ubique attended the 2017 Overlord show. Mick and Tom were in attendance and ensured the Sexton was displayed to full advantage. We had to restock our Read more…