The Re-Enactor's Come to Ryton-On-Dunsmore

The free family fun continues this weekend in Ryton on Dunsmore. The re-enactors help us to meet a World War one cavalryman as they prepare for battle. Learn some of the skill needed for fighting on horseback!
The Warwickshire Regiment 1914-1918 Living History Group portray a regular infantry soldier.
The fun is still continuing today on the field next to the church.
1.30pm The Horses Tale
2.30pm Talk – Gas, Gas, Gas, Gas, Wind & Wee with the Sargent Major
3.30pm The Great War Cavalryman
Flower festival is on until 5pm at the church.
Keep the Home Fires Burning – Community Sing along at 7pm at the Village Hall.

Top: Steve Garret (Ryton History Group) Bottom left: Re-enactor talking through the workings of a Vickers machine gun. Bottom right: WW1 Rytonian soldier Charles Butler

Paper windmills from Provost Williams Children and one of the lovely flower displays at St. Leonard’s.

Great War Cavalryman – the re-enactors come to Ryton!