The Royal Armouries is the United Kingdom’s national museum of arms and armour, and one of the most important museums of its type in the world.
Since 2005, the museum has also managed the national collection of firearms, started in 1631 by Charles I and assembled by the British Army, now housed at the National Firearms Centre.
8th December at The Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson PPortsdown Hill Road, Hampshire, PO17 6AN
2018 Black Tie Fundraiser
The Point of the Redan above is where we will be holding this year dinner, in its day it was the Officers Mess with fabulous views out over the Solent
The evening will start with a drinks and nibbles in the main foyer and a private look around the museum and one lucky winner will be firing the 25 pounder to tell us all its dinner time. We will then move through the ancient corridors to the Officer Mess where we will enjoy a fabulous three course meal. Everywhere is wheelchair accessible.
After dinner we will have an auction and if you have won a prize in the raffle we will bring it to your table.Throught the evening there will be all sorts of surprises as usual.
We will also have some after dinner entertainment like you have not experience with us before!
If you would like to come you can purchase through paypal via the link above, if you wish to send a cheque or any other form of payment please contact us.
If you book and pay for your tickets before 1st September 2018, you will go in the draw to fire the 25 pounder on the night just before dinner!
This famous Second World War howitzer, saw action in many theatres of war – from the deserts of North Africa, at El Alamein, to the final successful Allied push for Victory in Europe and you can have the chance to fire it.
Not something you do every day of the week!!