Inn On The Beach have partnered with Royal British Legion to put on a two day event; Bygone Festival to celebrate Armed Forces Day.
We have vintage cars, armed vehicles, music, dance classes, historical talks and a lot of entertainment for this fun, community event.
Our staff will be dressed in 1940’s attire, handing out ration books and we have a bespoke menu in theme with the era.
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Experience history through the ages at this multi-period re-enactment event.
The viewing activities will centre on a series of re-enactments demonstrating the development of Warfare through the ages from medieval knights to American Civil War Yankees and Rebels. The military viewing activities will comprise three principle elements:
- A series of Living History camps which you can tour, view and engage re-enactors to see, feel and experience life in the Middle Ages, the seventeenth Century (Civil War) and the eighteenth Century (Napoleonic and American Civil War Periods)
- Arena displays, throughout the day with drill displays and skirmishes in the main arena
- Battle re-enactments
The centrepiece of the day is large scale re-creation of the Battle of Cheriton by The Sealed Knot, Cheriton was a key battle in the English Civil Wars and was fought 375 years ago. The re-enactment is taking place on the original battlefield!
There will also be:
- Have-a-go Archery (with the Alton and Fourmarks Archery Club)
- Charity craft stalls – Naomi House, Royal British Legion, Help for Heroes etc
The site will offer a selection of food and drink outlets, being provided by professional event caterers and an excellent beer tent selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
The show will be open both days from 10.30hrs until 16.30hrs and comprise viewing and participation activities for all of the family. The audience profile is definitely family-orientated with a range of activities to give visitors a really full day of entertainment.
Find out more on these links:
Join us for the Annual RBL Farnham Display
Pompey Remembers Vigil