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Amesbury 7-9 September 2018

A ‘traditional’ Guild weekend with a quiz, a wide variety of topics/sites and plenty of opportunity to socialise. Travel during the event will be self-drive. Some walking on rough tracks is involved, with one lung-busting hill well known to anyone who served at Bulford. A number of themes/subjects will be outlined for possible development into […]

Staffordshire Weekend, Lichfield.


Friday evening 13th. to Sunday 15th. March, based around the cathedral city of LICHFIELD. Time for a weekend meeting with like- minded members and guides to recce what is available in the area. (Friends and family welcome).   Based on a "book your own accommodation" basis either two nights or join on Saturday for one night. Meet […]


Recce – The Fall of Mercia, Repton, Derbyshire

Repton Repton Church, Repton

In 873 Mercia, the largest Anglo-Saxon kingdom, fell from history. This recce will walk the ground seeking evidence of battle, locating warriors burials and determining how the Vikings achieved victory. The recce will end, COVID measures permitting, with a pub lunch in Repton. To seize this opportunity to re-sharpen your guiding sword arm and renew […]

East Anglia Regional Event – WW2 Aviation History at Ridgewell Airfield, Essex

Ridgewell Airfield Oaker Hill, Ridgewell Road, Great Yeldham,, Halstead.

The Ridgewell Roam - A day out walking  in East Anglia. If you are an East Anglian based member of the GBG and you are desperate to get out and soak up some history, why not come along to Ridgewell Airfield in Essex.  Mike Peters and Paul Bingley have organised a great day out on […]

“From Stringbags to Spitfires!”

Castle Bromwich Birmingham

A car tour around four sites associated with Castle Bromwich airfield, North Birmingham looking at its history telling the story of the development of military and civil aviation from 1910 to 1950.  Today mostly associated with the building and development of Spitfires in WW2 there is a whole, almost unknown, Great War and interwar years […]

Visit to the Tower of London

Tower of London

The evening starts at 1925 when everyone meets at the main gate (West Gate) of the Tower where I will meet you.  I will then take you on a tour of the Tower which will last an hour before retiring to the Yeoman Warders Bar, The Keys, for refreshment.  I normally conduct a raffle but this is […]