The Dig For Victory Show
Visitors can celebrate the 'Best of British' and life in the 1940s with re-enactors demonstrating what life was like in wartime Britain; a 1940s farmyard with animals, vintage shopping stalls, make do and mend workshops, frugal cooking demonstrations, over 200 original restored wartime vehicles including the iconic Sherman Tank, arena events and a memorable fly-past by a Spitfire and Hurricane.
Alongside this feast of history is live music and lot's of activities for children and families.
And can rest assured you won’t go hungry or thirsty at this event – there's no food rationing for the public!
Like every good festival you can feast on an array of culinary delights from local hot food and drink producers and the main bar is open all weekend. Alternatively you are also welcome to bring a picnic.
Tickets to The Dig For Victory Show are excellent value at only £10 per adult and £25 for a family of four. There is festival campsite with hot showers for those who want to make a weekend of it and car parking is free of charge.
A grant received from the Quartet Community Foundation has allowed the organisers to provide a buggy service for less mobile or elderly visitors. Tickets can be purchased at a discounted rate on-line in advance or on the gate.
For further information, please visit the Dig For Victory website.
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