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Blasts From The Past

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Broadlands Park
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Living History Spectacular

'Blasts from the Past' is a glorious show for all the family, bringing history to life in the beautiful surroundings of Broadlands Park, Romsey, Hampshire.

Visitors will get a full day of fun including displays of historical life from the Ancient Greeks and Romans right through to the late 20th century. The show includes skirmishes and battles with musket and cannon fire, horses and armoured vehicles as well as historical fashion shows and dancing, 'have a go' activities, storytelling and military camp life through the ages.

Onsite parking is plentiful and free and refreshments are available.

To book online go to the Broadlands website or you can also book through Facebook at

Telephone: 01794 512987
Contact name: Rachel Shimell

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