Tim H – MVT Events and Safety Organiser
The MVT were pleased to welcome the 367 Corps of Military Police LHG as a key part of their display for the Royal International Air Tattoo. The display that they put on was excellent and all we could have asked for, what made it for us was the tireless involvement with the public, engaging all visitors and making the display much more interactive.
Thank you and you are welcome again next year.
John R – Wartime Group Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway
On behalf of the committee from the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway who put on Wartime in the Cotswolds, I would like to thank both Kath and her Husband for the fabulous check-in post that they brought to our event. A great deal of time and effort was put into making it one of our star attractions as folks arrive in the car park at Toddington.
All the team made a great effort to get ID cards out to visitors and when ever possible having them stamped. We look forward to having the group back with us again as I have already said “a STAR ATTRACTION”
Keep up the good work
Carys M – Events organiser – Pembroke Castle
The Military Police checkpoint was a wonderful addition to our World War II weekend, with visitors being shocked into 1940s life as soon as they came through the gates. The strict but humorous greeting of the checkpoint went down well with children and adults alike, and was one of the highlights of the weekend.
Home Front History was established as a not for profit Social Enterprise in 2009. We have been the accredited providers of Living History Re-enactors to organisations including British Army Headquarters, Colonial Pictures, Highclere Castle/Downton Abbey, St Pauls Cathedral and Channel 5 We continue to provide experienced and dedicated re-enactors, for a mix of public and private events, TV work and educational purposes, drawing upon our own resources and as necessary inviting trusted partners to join us so that we can deliver presentations to meet the needs of specific venues and event organisers. The 367 Corps of Military Police LHG have joined us on several occasions including Greenham 100 Years of War and Peace for Rosa Productions/Greenham Trust and Their Legacy, Our History for Visit Newbury/Newbury BID. Their displays, presentation, attention to detail and knowledge contributed in no small way to the ultimate success of these events.
We are happy to recommend this team.
Bletchley Park has been holding 1940s Weekends for the past three years and we have been fortunate to be supported by 367 Provost Company Corps of Military Police. These folks provide a first-class, professional and engaging living-history experience for our visitors. Their passion for the history of WWII is palpable. Highly recommend this group.