Dig For Victory returning to Wraxall for fifth time

PUBLISHED: 10:00 05 June 2018

Jim and Jenny Spence with Molly and Jo Cheek at the Dig For Victory show.

Jim and Jenny Spence with Molly and Jo Cheek at the Dig For Victory show.

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More than 200 military vehicles and several re-enactment groups will descend on North Somerset this weekend.

Dig For Victory will return to Wraxall's showground. Picture: Dig For Victory.Dig For Victory will return to Wraxall's showground. Picture: Dig For Victory.

Dig For Victory returns to Wraxall’s showground, in Bathing Pond Fields, for its fifth year this Saturday and Sunday.

The two-day event will celebrate life in 1940s Britain, with a full programme of singers and dancers recreating entertainment from the era.

Dig For Victory will return to Wraxall's showground. Picture: Dig For Victory.Dig For Victory will return to Wraxall's showground. Picture: Dig For Victory.

A spitfire from The Battle Of Britain Memorial Flight will also be joining the party for a flypast on Sunday, to mark the RAF’s 100th anniversary year.

Dig For Victory show organiser James Shopland said: “We are so excited as this year the show has even more to offer and we expect more than 5,000 visitors during the two days.”

Dig For Victory will return to Wraxall's showground. Picture: Dig For Victory.Dig For Victory will return to Wraxall's showground. Picture: Dig For Victory.

Dig For Victory will open from 10am-5pm on both days, with camping also available.

Tickets, priced £9-67, are available at www.digforvictoryshow.com or 01275 873107.

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