ARMED FORCES DAY
SATURDAY 28TH JUNE 2014
1000-1600 - Display of Military Vehicles and Music plus lots more in Lancaster Castle, entry to the Castle £2. Displays also at the Maritime Museum and the City Museum. Tours of the Roman history available courtesy Lancashire CC.
Heroes Draw - Tickets £1 on sale throughout the City on Armed Forces Day
Help us to raise funds for "Combat Stress" and "SSAFA" to support our servicemen on return from active duty and into resettlement.
1900 - Lecture by Allan Mallinson on “Why and how Britain went to war in 1914, and why it wasn't over by Christmas” and entitled "That Lancaster on Lune may stand secure".
Saturday 28th June, 2014
A limited ticket supper with Allan Mallinson is available at £12.50 pp. in the music rooom at the Storey Institute: to apply please email firstname.lastname@example.org
SUNDAY 29TH JUNE 2014
Metal Detecting Day at Quernmore Park (In support of "Combat Stress & SSAFA)
Sunday 29th June, 2014
With thanks to Mr & Mrs Zuky Johnston
for information contact John Ferguson - email: email@example.com
The area has potential for Roman, Civil War and WW2 finds!
A Sunday Service at the Priory Church Lancaster - By Revd Chris Newlands
Commemorating the anniversary of the last days of peace in 1914
The Naval Ensign of HMS Lancaster will be paraded and the new Colours of Normandy Company ACF will be dedicated
Lancaster has recently signed the Armed Forces Covenant and formed a group to ensure coordination of WW1 Commemorative events which launch in Armed Forces Week - and have adopted a District logo.