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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby Banker » 30 Oct 2009 01:41

All, I am the secretary of The Geelong Military Re-enactment Group (located in Victoria Australia) we cover the period of Australian Involvement from the Boer War to WW2.

We attend various commemorations (last Sunday was the annual Crimean War Graves Ceremony). Whilst the bulk of our members tend to specialise in the later campaigns you will find photos of the Boer War Uniforms, Chelsea Pensioner and last years Crimean Ceremony on our site along with other information.

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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby brturnbull » 13 Nov 2009 20:10

hi, i am a re-enactor.
we have just formed 'THE QUEENS (ROYAL WEST SURREY) REGIMENT 1881'.
training at Adlershot Museum, we are looking for members!
cheers barry
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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby Ensign Elliott » 14 Dec 2009 16:59

My cavalry group may be of interest -
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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby Dixie » 09 Jan 2010 01:42

2nd Volunteer Battalion, Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment

Looking for new members!

We are based in Guildford, Surrey.

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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby QSVC » 11 Jan 2010 02:20

An old subject but worth posting a reply for anyone interested in Australia.......

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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby Davism » 26 Apr 2010 10:22

I'm a member of a Crimean War living history group, the 19th Foot (1st North Yorkshire). We are based in Yorkshire but have taken part in events across England and into the Scottish Borders.
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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby Josh&Historyland » 14 Mar 2013 18:57

It's an old thread, a little dusty in fact but nevertheless the diehards need represented here.

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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby balaklava » 03 May 2013 01:10

Greetings. In the US I have been taking my Crimean 93rd Highlanders impression here & there in the eastern mid Atlantic area. The 93rd, predominately a War of 1812 group, is where I got my start.

Cheerio ! Johnnie, 93rd Highlanders 1854-56.
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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby colsjt65 » 03 May 2013 10:06

While this subject is active again - my group is the 65th (2nd Yorks Nth Riding) Regiment - 1860s,, although this weekend only I'll be joining the 19th Foot (1st North Yorkshire).
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Re: Re-enactor Groups

Postby Chasseurs » 12 May 2013 14:06

I build a short website some time ago. Nothing special and pretty straight forward too. Text is in my own language, focusing mainly on local intrest.
Here's the link regardless:

w've got at least 60 of them !
Well that leaves another 3940.....
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