(Events will appear here as they are confirmed so watch this space!)
NWW2A Membership Sign-up Weekend
WW2 Spectacular Weekend
Fort Paull is the only fully intact Nepoleonic fortress in the north. The event is in association with the WW2 Reenactment Association and features displays from armies from around the globe, living history reenactments and full scale skirmishes. On the May Bank Holiday Weekend, the event is open to the public Sunday 6th to Monday 7th May. Northern World War 2 Reenactors can arrive from Friday to set up and prepare for the event.
Fort Paull Battery Rd Paull, Hull HU12
How to Find Ft Paull
Fort Paull is located just outside of the village of Paull in East Yorkshire. It is within easy reach of the city of Kingston Upon Hull and only 5 minutes from the North Sea Ferry Terminal. If you are arriving via the M62/A63 follow all signs for Withernsea until you reach the Saltend roundabout, then take your 3rd exit, the Fort is signposted from there. From Withernsea, follow the A1033 to Camerton, just after entering the village there is a left turn, signposted Paull, follow that road until you reach the Fort
Wickstead at War Living History
presented by the Military Vehicle Trust
Including reenactor camps, military vehicles, WW2 battle reenactment.
Open to the public 9th/10th June – Free entry with £5 per car for parking.
Wicksteed Park, Barton Road, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN15 6NJ
Yorkshire Wartime Experience
The norths largest 1940’s reenactment and military vehicle show
The Yorkshire Wartime Experience currently holds the largest full scale re-creation of a ww1 trenching system in the North of England. The trench is very popular with visiting ww1 re-enactment groups & local schools & colleges. The Yorkshire Wartime Experience, is the only show in the North of England, where you can see real wartime tanks, live firing their guns in realistic battle re-enactments.
Location: Hunsworth Ln, Bradford BD4 6RN, UK
Festival of the Forties weekend
WW2 encampments for both Axis and Allied troops; Battle reenactments; Shopping for uniforms and 40’s memorabilia.
26th – 28th August
An event which has run for about 10 years and is a weekend for all the family, the village centre being closed to traffic over the two day bank holiday weekend. It includes music, dancing, stalls and vintage vehicles along with an evening dance. WW2 Reenactors camps will be based at the Play Park area.
21st – 23rd September
Seven Lakes Country Park, Crowle
Living history displays, Singers, Musicians and stalls. Includes Battle Reenactments, military vehicles in association with Nothern WW2 Association.
Location – 5 miutes from Junc 2 of the M180
20th- 21st October
Papplewick Pumping Station
information to follow