Beverley Armed Forces Day takes place this weekend and with the arrival of summer plus a packed day of entertainment, attractions and activities means it has all the ingredients to be a scorching event.
On Sunday 5 July, proceedings will start at 11 AM with the parade and will continue to run throughout the day until the event draws to a close 5 PM.
Organisers of this Sundays Beverley Armed Forces Day have finalised the programme of events will take place on Sunday. On the main stage, there will be plenty of musical acts, including local singer Ellen Brooman.
A notable change is that the fly past will now feature Battle of Britain Memorial fly past of a World War II Hurricane. The fly past has been amended a couple of times in the lead-up to Beverley Armed Forces Day but weather permitting those at the event will get to see this spectacular plane circumnavigate Beverley.
On display in Saturday Market will be a wide range of military memorabilia and vehicles plus plenty of stalls and activities for all age groups.
Beverley Armed Forces Day 2015
1100 – 1200 ……Parade & Open Air Service led by The Reverend Andy Oliver CF
1200 – 1230 …… Tre Amici (Classical Pop Trio)
1230 – 1300 ……Cherie Lawrence (WW2 Singer)
1300 – 1420 …… Humberside Police Concert Band
1420 – 1430 …… Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Fly Past Hurricane (weather permitting)
1430 – 1500 …… 5/60th Royal American (Rifles) and 33rd Regiment of Foot (Waterloo 200)
1500 – 1530 …… Major General Richard Deanes Company of Artillery (Sealed Knot)
1530 – 1600 …… Beverley Male Voice Choir
1600 – 1630 …… Beverley and District Pipe Band
1630 – 1700 …..Ellen Brooman (Solo Singer)
Please note schedule may be subject to change nearer the event.
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