Armed Forces Day Events

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Saturday 18 June
Brumby Hall Sports Ground
11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Armed Forces Day is back, and will return in all its glory to a fun filled family outdoor event on Saturday 18 June at Brumby Hall Sports Ground in Scunthorpe. Promising to be a great day out, entry is free from 11am and closes at 4pm.
Its a chance to show your support for the men and women who make up the armed forces community.

This year will be an extra special occasion as we celebrate Queens Platinum Jubilee and belated celebrations for 100 years of the Royal British Legion and 100 years of the Royal Artillery Association.
The free event will feature musical entertainment on stage and much more to keep the whole family entertained throughout the day.

For more information or if you would like to attend with a stall on the day please contact the events team.

24–26 June 2022
12:00 – 18:00

North East Lincolnshire’s Armed Forces weekend (AFD21) will be held on Friday 24th, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th June 2022 and will be a true public Post-Covid19 UNIFIER to keep the UK Armed Forces Community (Serving military, reservists, veterans and cadets with their families) in the PUBLIC EYE. We are organising and will deliver a series of build-up attractions to truly promote CIVIL/MILITARY integration and for the day have a full programme including parades, entertainment, flying displays and capability demonstrations to capture and build on public support for our armed forces community and raise awareness of the vital works done by the UK Armed Forces across the Globe. This event will also demonstrate through very large public attendance the true resilience of the United Kingdom and our ability to recover confidence in hosting large public events in a safe and friendly environment at Cleethorpes.

Hull — 18–25 June 2022
10:00 -18:00

This event is being organised to celebrate our armed forces and to showcase the work that takes place within the city to support our armed forces community. The event will commemorate the 40 anniversary of the Falklands and recognise the part Hull played. It will be the first major event taking place throughout the whole City Centre since the start of the covid pandemic and will have lots of family fun activities taking place throughout the weekend, for local residents, veterans, reservists and serving personnel.

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