|Scoop! A couple of '40s journalists. Love their giant cameras!|
The "1940s" might be more Rachel's thing than mine, but as usual there was plenty to keep the troops entertained at The Salute To The '40s this weekend, held in the atmospheric surroundings of Chatham's Historic Dockyard.
Our old friends from the War & Peace show, Safe Hands Mobility were renting out scooters for the disabled at the event, for the first time, which allowed Rachel and I to stay far longer than we normally do at Dockyard events as I didn't tire so quickly.
Although there were some military-themed displays, the majority of this event was geared towards the Home Front - with fashion and music being the main thrust of the day.
Here's a film I made of several of the musical acts we saw perform:
|Fezzes are cool!|
|'Allo, 'allo, 'allo, what's all this then?|
|Rachel and her friend Mel got dolled up for the day|
|It wasn't just humans getting into the spirit of things!|
|The parade of attendees in period attire|
There's a public Facebook album of the best pictures by Rachel and I of the day's events that can be found here.