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Sept 21 / 22 Avon Valley Railway Wartime Weekend

Avon Valley Railway Wartime WeekendAvon Valley Steam Railway Wartime Weekend – September 21 / 22 2019

21st & 22nd September 2019 sees the return of the ever popular 1940s Weekend at Bitton Station, this is one of their biggest events on the calendar.

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July 12 – 14 Woodhall Spa 1940s Weekend

I am thrilled to be back at Woodhall Spa 1940s weekend which takes place July 12th – 14th at Woodhall Spa.

My schedule for the event is as follows: Jayne Darling - Woodhall Spa 1940s Weekend  2019 Jayne Darling - Woodhall Spa 1940s Weekend  2019

Friday 12th July 10 am – Welcome Club

Friday 12th July – Evening – Dance with Major Swing and Kitty – SOLD OUT

Saturday 13th July 11 am – 1 pm – The Cottage Museum

Saturday 13th July 2 pm – 4.30 pm – Care Home Tour

Saturday 13th July – Evening – Dance with Major Swing and Kitty – SOLD OUT

Sunday 14th July – 11 am , 12.30 pm and 2.45 pm – The Petwood Hotel

 

22 June – Remembering D-Day

Remembering D-Day 1944Remembering D-Day 1944

A concert to Commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the largest sea borne invasion in history.

in All Hallows Church, Gedling, Nottingham
at 7.00pm on 22nd June 2019

Readings, Poems, Drama and Song Performed by Netherfield Bank Community Choir, Mike Storr, The Prospect Players, ‘Marlene’ Jayne Darling and join in a Sing-a-long

FREE Admission ~ donations invited for Daybrook ‘Men in Sheds’ Project

Thorne 1940’s Weekend 2019

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.

Thorne 1940s weekend 2019

Dad’s Army Day – Dad’s Army Museum Thetford

The Annual celebration of the greatest sitcom ever written is taking place on Saturday 11th May 2019.
Music from the fabulous Jayne Darling, 40s hair styling by experts Hair Raid Shelter, Jones’ Van & much more.

10 am – 4 pm Saturday 11th May Dad's Army Museum Thetford

St George’s Night – Attleborough Liberal Club

Jayne Darling Authentic 1940s Singer

I will be appearing at Attleborough Liberal Club on Saturday 20th April

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1940s Night – The Joiner’s Arms

Jayne Darling 1940s Singer | Nottingham Castle

I will be appearing at the Joiner’s Arms in Lincoln on Saturday 10th August 2019 (more…)

Clumber Parks Wartime Weekend 2019

Clumber Park's Wartime Weekend

I am pleased to announce that I will be performing on Sunday 9th June at Clumber Park’s Wartime Weekend

 

 

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Classified: Operation Clumber Park – The Arrival of Nellie

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 .

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A Nations Tribute at Owd Martha’s Yard Hoyland’s Community Garden.

A Nations Tribute at Owd Martha’s Yard Hoyland’s Community Garden.

11/11/18 will be the 100 years anniversary of the ending of the First World War.
Up and down the country beacon fires will be lit, just like they did 100 years ago to symbolise the light and hopes of peace.
Hoyland did have a beacon, so volunteers at Owd Martha’s have successfully crowd funded and commissioned local artists Alex Dodson to design and make the beacon.
So when the sun goes down we will remember them. Last post to be at 6.55. The lighting of the beacon 7.00 and at 7.05 church bells will peel.
After the bells stop ringing we are to go the near by Belmont Club to entertained by Jayne Darling a vintage will perform War time classic’s. Funds raised on the night to be donated to Hoyland Branch of the Royal British Legion.