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Christmas Revolution event

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been asked to bring together a variety of traders, demonstrators and things for a weekend event in London, 9th and 10th December. Is there anyone wanting to know more? Its inside so you won't freeze, there will be accommodation provided. Traders can sell wares.

pm me or email on mark@stuntaction.plus.com
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Is this the 1776 New York Christmas Event at the National Army Museum?

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Any use for a Loyalist Militia man?
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My fault!

I foolishly assumed that by putting the word 'revolutionary' in the title people would get the event is based around the 1780/90's.

Obvioulsy not.

So apologies to all those Roman to WWII (barring the period I need) who took the time and effort to write and suggest stuff.

Thanks

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Have appropriate costume, will travel....

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thanks for that Alice, a PM with a bit more info and pics gratefully received...
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