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5th Jul, 2022

History coming alive at the Fusilier Museum in Warwick this weekend

HISTORY will be coming to life at the Fusilier Museum Warwick in Warwick at the weekend.

The museum is hosting a free outdoor event, Bringing History to Life! in the garden at St John’s House on the Saturday July 17 from 11am to 3pm.

Curator Stephanie Bennett said: “Although the museum is closed until it moves to Pageant House in town, I wanted to do something during the summer for the local community and to say that we’re still here for you.”

The event will feature Royal Warwickshire Regiment re-enactors from the Boer War and the two world wars.

And other entertainment will include music from Ruby Ann Sings, together with an an observation bee-hive, candle rolling, a children’s trail and activities, and fancy dress competition with a military theme – including a prize for best dressed child (ten and under).

The Fusilier Museum will be re-opening at Pageant House on Jury Street in Warwick next Easter. It will include a new exhibition with a re-created First World War trench experience.

The museum is currently fundraising. Visit the museum website to donate and for full details.



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