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This is the second time we have attended the Victory Show. In 2014 the parking and organisation was poor. Our impression was that it was a money making exercise with beer tents and overpriced traders. However we gave it another go on Saturday 9th September...More
flights cancelled for whatever reason. website not updated early enough and the cheek of charging full price to get into an event that was not even going ahead as described. Will not reccomend this event to anyone , let alone bother nxt yr ( if...More
I have just returned from the show and found that I wasn't the only one moaning. It seems that, very late this morning, after most people had paid to enter, they had to cancel all the flying displays because of a concern highlighted by a...More
Arrived at the show only to be told the air show was cancelled (the day prior) but still had to pay full price of the ticket no mention of this on the website and a lot of people had travelled miles and felt they had...More
I have been along to this event for a few years and have always thoroughly enjoyed myself, as have my family whether it be watching aircraft land and take off on the grass run way just feet in front of you, or the main battle...More
Been going here for the last seven years. Always a good day out especially if the weather is good. Plenty to do and see. And u can have a nice picnic whilst watching the arieal display. Only downside is the traffic in and out but...More
We attended in 2016 for the first time and found the event terribly unorganized. We felt there was too much traffic in the show ground and at times if felt really unsafe!! The stalls sold what can only be called 'junk' and second hand rubbish...More
This is a participant's perspective and we're as much spectators at the show as everyone else. It was an excellent show in previous years but sadly others have caught up with the atmosphere that was unique to Victory and it's slipped back a little bit,...More
Another brilliant year at The Victory Show. With so many re enactors to talk to they show pure enthusiasm for what they do. Great settings in the woods and a superb land battle in the afternoon. Our friends were on their first visit and were...More
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You can catch the 84 bus from St Margarets bus station in Leicester city centre. I recommend getting off at the Park Close stop in Cosby. walk towards the co-op, then turn right and follow the croft road.