Kentwell Hall by 10th Essex Living History Group 2019

Over the weekend of the 3rd and 4th August 2019, we attended an event at Kentwell Hall called ‘Through the Ages’. We were invited by a fellow Living History Group portraying the Army Service Corps. As usual, we did what we do best is show and tell. On display was a armoury where the rifles

The Cater Museum in Billericay

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

Armed Forces Day – Colchester 2019

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

Cressing Temple 2019

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

Battlefields to Butterflies exhibiton

The 10th Essex Living History have been brilliant at engaging visitors at the World War 1 event at The Royal Parks and Royal Chelsea Hospital. @theroyalparksguild

At Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome

At Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome last weekend, we had the pleasure of In the Centennial Footsteps of the Great War come with us and take some fantastic photos. With a little bit of photoshop magic from the man himself, we are right in the action. Photo’s courtesy of Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy szalayberzeviczy on Instagram