are a diverse section of the Northern Forties Re-enactment
Group, and consist of a group of friends who have an interest in
re-enacting various aspects of civilian life during WWII.
Unlike our military
counterparts in the group, we don't have extensive collections to
display - what you see is what you get. We have a passion for
1940s fashion, and like to attend events where we can walk around
(or promenade) in our 1940s period civilian clothing.
However, we would also
welcome any new members who might have collections to show off,
whether it is a complete 1940s picnic set, a collection of shoes,
handbags or other accessories, or even household items. We are open
to ideas and would love to meet anyone who thinks they might have
something to offer our group.
NEW FOR 2012: we will be
offering event organisers an interactive fashion parade where we can
walk a catwalk and describe what it is we are wearing. (Well,
there HAS to be something for the ladies when all their gentlemen
companions are going ga-ga over the big boys' toys everywhere else
at our events!)
you would like to join us, contact either Martin Littlejohn on 07904