Regency period brought to life at the Staffordshire Regiment Museum

The Regency period will be brought to life at the Staffordshire Regiment Museum this weekend.

The Harvington Household dancers will be entertaining visitors with period moves, while redcoat soldiers will discuss their lives during the times of the Napoleonic Wars.

A group of redcoat re-enactment soldiers

A group of redcoat re-enactment soldiers

A spokesperson said: “There’ll also be a circus skills display and a Regency-themed children’s art activity.

“Carrying on the theme, the museum is delighted to announce the opening of a spectacular display of Napoleonic figures, exquisitely made by French craftsmen. These figures are enormously rare and show breath-taking attention to detail.”

The event – on Sunday (September 20) – will also feature a pop-up tea room, antiques and militaria stalls.

Entry is £4 for adults, £3 for concessions and £10 for a family ticket and include access to the entire museum including the WW1 trench system.

Doors open at 11am and the event closes at 4pm.

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