2017 Events (Events will appear here as they are confirmed so watch this space!)  New Dates added!


Fort Paull – Apr 28 – May 1 (Bank Holiday)

April 28, 2017 – May 1, 2017 all-day
Fort Paull
Battery Rd
Paull, Hull HU12
Fort Paull is on the usual May Bank Holiday Weekend. The event is open to the public Sunday 30th April Monday 1st May. Northern World War 2 Reenactors Can arrive from Friday to set up and prepare for the event.
Please note the day/date combination listed on the Fort Paull Website is incorrect Bank Holiday Monday is the 1st of May 2017.

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




Frontline – multi period living history @ Hardwick Hall ‘East’ Park, Sedgefield

Jun 16 – Jun 18 all-day

2017 is the second year for this multi period event already attending are:

  • The Northern World War 2 Association
  • The American Civil War Society
  • The Vikings
  • Roman re-enactment groups
  • Medieval Re-enactment
  • Military rescue dogs
  • Military Vehicles of all ages
  • Home Guard

Easy access to site is via the A177 which runs past the site entrance.
2 miles from the A1 & 7 miles from A19 via the A696
This is a gentle, rolling, well drained site with no major hills to climb. It is  on the out skirts of Sedgefield which is only 10 min drive away where you can find various watering holes, take-aways, shops, a super market and petrol station.

The site is the location of historic Roman/Saxon archaeology – So NO DIGGING in…/community/case_studies/East_Park

The northern end of the site was a Army camp long demolished (1960’s)




 Yorkshire Wartime Experience 7th to 9th July

Event website:

Location: Hunsworth Ln, Bradford BD4 6RN, UK


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. We currently  have 8 ww1 groups  booked in, & several local schools.

The Yorkshire Wartime Experience, is the only show in the North of England, where you can see real wartime tanks, live firing there guns, in realistic battle re-enactments.

NOW THE NORTHS Largest 1940s Re-enactment & Military vehicle Show.






Festival of the Forties weekend 21st to 23rd July 2017.!how-to-find-us


Cleethorpes   12/13   Aug

Severn Lakes    22/24 Sep.