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The South Hampshire Area meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the month:
8.00pm Salon bar at the Golden Lion PO17 6EB in the village of Southwick (Pronounced Suthwyk)
(Unless ordered otherwise by General Mayhem)
We really are a friendly bunch and welcome guests.
The SHMVT have been invited to display a selection of military vehicles at The Museum of the King's Royal Hussars, in Winchester in support of Armed Forces Day on 18th June 2017.
The event is hosted by the six military museums (all registered charities) onsite at Peninsular Barracks in Winchester for the public and is free of charge (including access to the museums).
Interested MVT Members must register their vehicles with their AREA SECRETARY (IAN CARR) ASAP
17 PORT & MARITIME REGT RLC
Major Jack Dempsey serving at 17 Port and Maritime Regt RLC, McMullen Bks, Marchwood. Southampton. has invited members to display WW2 period vehicles at their Officers Mess Summer Ball at the end of July. (Date to be advised)
The event will be themed on VE Day with approx 150 guests of the Officers Mess all dressed in period clothing, the Mess being decorated to represent a Command Post and Anderson Shelter for effect.
WW2 vehicles with period dress are now sought for what promisses to be a memorable evening. Refreshments will be available.
This event coinsides with the Netley Marsh Steam Rally and gives a good excuse for a early evening road run between Netley March and Marchwood (18.00-21.00)
Interested MVT Members must register their vehicles with PAUL EDWARDS for security passes to be issued.
The Military Vehicle Trust (MVT) is an organisation dedicated to the conservation of all forms of ex-military vehicles.
Formed by historic military vehicle enthusiasts, The Military Vehicle Trust has grown into one of the largest military vehicle preservation groups in existence with branches worldwide and a membership of thousands.
The South Hampshire Area is a local branch of the MVT and has members who share the aims of the Charitable Trust which was established for the purpose of restoring and preserving military vehicles of historical interest including the preservation of books, drawings, documents, sound and visual recordings, films, photographs and other media and ephemera relating to such vehicles.
You DO NOT need to own a military vehicle to become a member of the MVT, but helpful to have a kean interest in these machines will greatly help.
Paul Edwards' 43 Willys MB & 42 Ford GPW in Normandy