Nottingham Castle


Tutbury Castle


Unfortunately JUMP 44 LHG are in normandy at the same time as this event so wont be attending but we would still recommend this event to anyone looking to go


Great Central Railway


One of our bigger events great central railway is also one of our most authentic backdrops, being a working station during the war, not much has changed. You can expect to enjoy four train stations all set back into the 1940's,along with a journey with incredible views on historic trains. We hope you can come and visit us at this fantastic event, for more information and future dates please follow the link below


Wollaton Park

May 6-7th

JUMP 44 LHG are proud to say we have gathered special permission this year to return to Wollaton park on the 6th and 7th of May. We will have a full display to honour the 508PIR who once lived in the tented city in the park before they went across to Normandy.


Woodhall Spa


A small village with allot of history Woodhall Spa is the home of bomber command and the Dambusters, this event is definitely one of the best and a group favourite. History comes alive with the entire village getting involved and all of the roads closed off, this is the nearest you will get to time travelling back to the 1940's. With so many historic places to visit and things to do you definitely need to spend the weekend. For more information and future dates please follow the link below


Peak Rail


One of our smaller and more relaxed events, peak rail is situated in Matlock surrounded by the Derbyshire dales. As a group jump 44 put on a medical evacuation from the train creating a tense atmosphere as medics run on and off the platform rushing wounded back to the field hospital. This event has far less crowds of people than some of our bigger ones and that gives us much more opportunity to talk to you for longer so come and visit us.For more information and future dates please follow the link below


Stonehurst Farm


An event supported by some of our members for the past two years and it has only got better, this event is a fantastic little event with even more capability of getting bigger and better this year.The event has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with a small battle reenactment held each day.

The Victory Show


Events don't get bigger than this, the victory show is one of the most looked forward to shows of the year. With its very own airfield the victory show creates a fantastic backdrop and it feels like you have stepped back into the 1940's waiting for the go ahead for the jump. The show is one of the biggest in the country and holds almost anything you can imagine from the 40's era. This is also one of few events the whole group is in attendance together and we are able to display all of our kit, this is definitely one to add to your calendar and we hope to see you there. For more information and future dates please follow the link below


Newstead Abbey


An event that ran for the first time in 2017 Newstead Abbey is a fantastic venue with its Extensive grounds and gardens it provides a brilliant day out with the added bonus of a full 1940's set up and battle reenactment. JUMP 44 attended for the day last year and plan to display for the full weekend this year.


Papplewick Pumping Station


Our last event of the year and a fantastic end to the re-enactment season, step back into the 40's at Papplewick Pumping Station. This event takes our re-enactment season to a historic end, its a great time to reflect on all the fun we have had throughout the year whilst promenading around the restored pumping station. With plenty to see and fantastic old machinery its definitely worth a visit before you have to wait until may again. For more information and dates please follow the link below


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