Once again we were invited to the Cater Musuem in Billericay to come along and p… by 10th Essex Living History Group

Once again we were invited to the Cater Musuem in Billericay to come along and provide a display of WW1 equipment. It was held indoors and we were impressed with the scale model of the Menin Gate. Many thanks to our hosts and to the members of public who came in and asked some interesting Read More

On the 11th July, we were invited to the Royal Parks Guild Annual Awards Ceremon… by 10th Essex Living History Group

On the 11th July, we were invited to the Royal Parks Guild Annual Awards Ceremony. This is because since 2014, the group has been involved with the Guild and The Royal Parks in putting together events to remember the roles played by the parks during the Great War. One highlight was in 2016, when we Read More

On Saturday 29th June 2019, the 10th Essex Living History Group attended the Arm… by 10th Essex Living History Group

On Saturday 29th June 2019, the 10th Essex Living History Group attended the Armed Forces Day at Colchester by the 16 Air Assault Brigade and Colchester Garrison. The event opened to the public at 11am and from the word go we were busy. We had on display various items ranging from the development of the Read More

This is our first actual show of the 2019 season. Cressing Temple is a fabulous … by 10th Essex Living History Group

This is our first actual show of the 2019 season. Cressing Temple is a fabulous place but it was bitterly cold over the weekend. Saturday was interesting because we had four seasons in one day, Sunshine, Rain, Sleet and hailstones to finish it off with. One of our group, Mike Everest turned up in his Read More

On the 8th of June 1919, Whit Sunday, the last men serving with the 10th (Servic… by 10th Essex Living History Group

On the 8th of June 1919, Whit Sunday, the last men serving with the 10th (Service) Battalion the Essex Regiment paraded for the last time. The final dismiss. This disbandment was held in FOVANT on Salisbury Plain Wiltshire. The last diary entry was April 30th at CLARY. It read; "all available personnel employed on fatigues." Read More

Brooklands WW1 Day by 10th Essex Living History Group

Capturing the atmosphere of a Brooklands race day, the new style Brooklands Relived sees us take a step back in time to the heyday of the track. The site will be filled with the actual cars, motorcycles and bicycles that raced here from 1907-1939. We will also be welcoming other pre-War vehicles, which will be Read More

Military Odyssey by 10th Essex Living History Group

With groups covering a vast period of global history, including Romans, Vikings, Medieval, Napoleonic, the American Civil War, the Wild West, World Wars I & II, Vietnam right up to the present day. With over 4,000 re-enactors and living history enthusiasts in attendance as well as over 250 stalls and 200 vehicles, Military Odyssey is Read More