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(26 March 2015) RGJ (Rifles) Museum Exhibition

watermark Title: "With The Rifles to Waterloo" A major exhibition about Wellington's defeat of Napoleon on 18 June.
Place: The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum

The exhibition will feature -

* A spectacular, newly-restored 25 square metre model of the battlefield with 30,000 soldiers and horses

* An explanatory sound and light commentary narrated by Kate Adie

* A magnificent new painting of the final action at Waterloo by artist, Jason Askew

* Hands on displays, objects and special events to interest all the family.

From 26 March to 30 September 2015

For more information visit www.rgjmuseum.co.uk






(30 March 2015) RGJ (Rifles) Museum Evening Talk

wellington Title:"An Overview of Waterloo". The Waterloo campaign began with Emperor Napoleon's escape from Elba on 26 February 1815 and ended with the Allies marching triumphantly into Paris 131 days later on 7 July. A great deal, including one of Europe's greatest battles, took place between. This talk aims to set the scene for subsequent talks.
Speaker: Sir Christopher Wallace.
Place: Kincaid Gallery, RGJ (Rifles) Museum.
Time: 5.45pm (please note earlier start time)
Tickets: To include a glass of wine and canapés in the interval £15.00 per person, Friends of the RGJ (Rifles) Museum £12.50. Details of how to become a Friend of the Museum please visit www.rgjmuseum.co.uk
Booking: In advance by phone -tel:01962 828549 or by email: curator@rgjmuseum.co.uk



(01 August 2015) The Gurkha Museum Summer Exhibition

Gurkha montage Title: "GURKHA 200" An exhibition of 200 objects telling the story of the Gurkha Service to the Crown over 200 years.

Place: The McDonald gallery, The Gurkha Museum

Time:Normal Museum opening times apply

Entry: Free. Included in the cost of Museum entry.





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