11 am – 9 pm
Armed Forces and Community Day Marshalls Sports Ground, Middlefield Lane, Gainsborough, DN21 1UU | 07985597151
Jayne Darling will be performing 8 – 9 pm
During the day there will be:
* Free Children’s Activities
* Fair rides and games
* Information and craft stalls
* Displays and reenactments
The event is free to attend, between 11 & 5pm we will have stalls, entertainment, free bouncy castles and climbing wall, war re-enactments, crafts, 3pm act of remembrance, military vehicles and more. 5-9 will be stage entertainment and catering with a bring a blanket/chairs party in the park type atmosphere.Google+
I am thrilled to be returning to Belgium to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Boom. I will be performing in the Market Square on Saturday 7th September 2019 at 2 pm.Google+
Jayne Darling will be appearing in Thorne Market Place at Midday on Sunday 12th May 2019 followed by the Barge Inn at 2 pm
There is so much to see and do at the Thorne 1940’s weekend on 11-12 May 2019.
The Grand Parade will open the event starting at the Punchbowl at 10:30am on the 11th May. There will be vintage vehicles, stalls, top entertainment, Re-enactments providing live action displays.
Some of the Entertainers include:
Marina Mae, Madeline Brown, Cherie Lawrence, Yvonne Slater, Lottie Simone, Rum and Cola Girls, Don Gentile, Battlepipes, Paul Harper, Jayne Darling, Joe James Thomas.
This event is organised by an independent local group.
For all things vintage head to Thorne this May.
Radcliffe Royal British Legion Club D-Day Commemoration
Sunday 9th June 2019 7.00 pm
Doors Open 6.30 pm
An evening of Nostalgic music from the 1940s to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings featuring Nottingham based 1940’s singer Jayne Darling
Tickets are £5 in advance from the club or Pen2Paper or £6 on the door
Proceeds go to the Poppy Appeal
Call 0115 9110 181 for further information or to book tickets
Absolutely thrilled to be part of the launch event at Clumber Park for the 1940s weekend.
May 26th Nellie (the tank) is arriving at Clumber Park. Not only is this a local event for me as many of you know my Grandad, Trooper Collins, drove a Crocodile Flame Throwing Tank in World War 2 and played his part in Operation Overlord heading to France in early July 1945.
As well as this, my Nana’s birth name was Nellie although she was known as Ellen so this is a huge honour to be at Clumber Park .Google+
1940’s Evening – Whitacres & Shustoke Horticultural Society
Friday 10th May 2019
Join Jayne Darling for a night of 1940s music at Nether Whitacre Village HallGoogle+