The War and Peace Revival

The War and Peace Revival
The Old Rectory
45 Sandwich Road
Ash
Canterbury
Kent
CT3 2AF
England

Website

www.thewarandpeacerevival.co.uk

Social media site

www.facebook.com/warandpeacerevival

E-mail

rex@warandpeace.uk.com

Telephone

01304 813337

01304 813945

Fax

01304 812422

01304 812240

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The War and Peace Revival
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Join us from 22-26 July 2015 as we commemorate the 75th anniversaries of the Dunkirk Evacuation and the incredible Battle of Britain. We're also recognising the 200th anniversary of the Gurkha service to the Crown, the 70th anniversary of the end of WW2 and continuing to recognise with centenary of WW1.

Featuring military and civilian re-enactors, living history, battle re-enactments, arena events, military vehicles, vintage entertainment, book signings, shopping, funfair and models it’s a great family day out! The Vintage Village features civilian displays from the 1930s -1960s including Home Front, Land Army, classic cars, vintage fashion shows, makeovers and much more. Live music day and night gives a real festival feel to the world’s biggest military vehicle event.

Venue Type:

Festivals, Museum

Opening hours

9:00 - 18:00

Admission charges

Gate pricesAdult 17–64 £19.50
Child 5-16 (under 5s free) £17.50
OAP (65+) £17.50
Military personnel - currently serving - ID must be shown (gate only) £17.50
Veterans with MoD issued Veterans' Badge - must be shown and worn £17.50
Family (2+2) £65.00
Single parent (1+3) £62.00
WW2 veterans (pre-booked only) Free
Group booking rates available.
Book online or over the phone

Special offers!
20% discount if booked by 12 April 2015
10% discount if booked by 17 July 2015

Getting there

By road: Folkestone Racecourse is just a couple of minutes off Junction 11 of the M20
By train: Mainline Westenhanger station is immediately next door with direct access from London stations. The High Speed train will stop just for The War and Peace Revival on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July, making journeys even quicker!
By sea: For those travelling from the continent, the Channel Tunnel terminus is 5 minutes away and Dover ferry port about 15-minute drive.

Additional info

Wheelchair and mobility scooter hire available from: http://dealmobility.co.uk/the-war-and-peace-revival-booking-form/
Baby change facilities
Ex-military safari truck (wheelchair/less mobile accessible) tours around site on hop-on hop-off basis for £1 donation per day to Port Lympne Wild Animal Foundation.

Getting there

By road: Folkestone Racecourse is just a couple of minutes off Junction 11 of the M20
By train: Mainline Westenhanger station is immediately next door with direct access from London stations. The High Speed train will stop just for The War and Peace Revival on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July, making journeys even quicker!
By sea: For those travelling from the continent, the Channel Tunnel terminus is 5 minutes away and Dover ferry port about 15-minute drive.

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