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Plans for this year’s Armed Forces Day are being revealed.
Now in its third successive year, the event will give thanks to our serving military personnel, veterans and cadets and aims to improve relations within the town.
This year, an Apache flypast is planned as well as static helicopter and armoured vehicle displays on the ground. Further special displays are also being coordinated with the British military.
The event is a celebration of our armed forces past, present and future and this year’s event will be at Vigo Recreation Ground from 10.00am on Sunday 29th June.
It will again feature displays and performances in a central arena and on a specially constructed stage. Headline act this year will be The Rockets Children’s Motorcycle Display Team.
Performances have also been arranged with military bands and locally-based military units.
Planning for the event by Andover Radio started in August last year and more assets, performers and displays will be announced. In the coming weeks event organisers will be consulting with residents of Andover over which additional displays and activities they would like to see at the event.
Armed Forces Day 2019 will be discussed this evening on Andover Radio’s ‘The Word’ with Neil Knowles. Supporters and stakeholders in the event will be explaining the process of getting such a huge event for Andover underway and will correct some misconceptions about the event. The author of a recent blog who attempted to lambaste the event has been invited onto the programme.
Other guests invited to this evening’s programme include representatives from national charity Veterans in Action which is based in Andover, Forces Re-engineered, charity Scotties Little Soldiers and performers from The Rockets.
The event will feature fairground rides, hot and cold food and a fully licensed bar. There will also be musical performances from The Silhouette Show. The Andover Nepalese Community will also be participating in this year’s day-long family-friendly event.
Stands and stalls from military and local charities as well as local businesses are being invited to get in contact by email if they wish to exhibit at the event.
The event is with the support of the Ministry of Defence, Tesco and the increasing number of local businesses who wish to show their support for our military personnel.
Listen to The Word with Neil Knowles here: