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Visited this show for the first (and last) time yesterday, had high expectations having read the other reviews and information on the show’s webpage. However, this has to have been the most poorly organised show I’ve ever been to!
The day started for us by...More
Had a great time with friends and weather was brilliant yesterday, Sunday September 6th. Lots to see and do. Tank rides were great and prices ranged from £8 -£20.
Battle re-enactments were well executed by all. Noise could be loud for little children so ear...More
Went last year and again this year.Great value for money at £17.50 for an adult where else could you get 4 fields,woods full of military re-enactors with there fantastic vehicles let alone the battlefield which is a pyrotechnic delight.Throw into that the airshow too.There are...More
This is always a great weekend and one of my favourite of the year!
Such a well organised and prepared event with a great team of people, with public safety the number 1 priority. Both the air display and reenactment are enjoyable for all and...More
Went for the first time this year, Absolutley blown away by it all. Great value at only £15 to get in, cheaper than most other family days out and you get to see it all day for that! Great planes, the air show was spectacular...More
Ok but to expensive now, first time we went it was just as good in fact better and only £20 a care now it's like £60, it's still good but won,t go again for this price and once you have been once it is not...More
The victory show is a brilliant day out that allows you to see what life was like during the world wars. It offers demonstrations of mock battles and period dress as well as the chance to buy clothing and militaria.
A brilliant day out for...More
Just arrange and then coordinate the best eventy of this type in the UK , if you have any interest (however small) in either WW2, memorabilia or fete/fairs in general then this event will have a little something for you, once again the weather was...More
This is the first time we have ever been to anything like this but it will not be the last. Everything about it was so authentic that it was spooky with so many enthusiastic people taking part, not only the re-enactors but the visitors who...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.