War and Peace has been revived

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02 April 2022
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The largest event in the militaria calendar is back after a two year hiatus thanks to Covid-19.

After a two year break because of the Covid pandemic, the War and Peace Revival show has announced that it is coming back this summer at its usual location of Hop Farm, Paddock Wood in Kent. The show is scheduled to run from 26-30 July this summer and will feature the Victory marquee, Gentleman’s marquee, Spitfire stage, Arena for large scale re-enactments, the Home Front village, the steam area and hundreds of displays from re-enactors as well as the swathe of trade stalls. The Gentleman’s marquee will feature the Author’s Pavillion, where writers will discuss their latest books. There will also be military themed artwork for sale.

Having been offline for a number of weeks, the War and Peace website is now operational again and is expecting to be open for ticket sales shortly.

 

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