Punching above its WEIGHT

Harborough at War continues to grow from strength to strength, writes George Colclough

A Type 82 K├╝belwagen

Some may say that the show scene continues to suffer in the post-Covid world, but that message appears to not have got through to the organisers of the third Harborough at War.

Held on the first weekend of August, the show drew hundreds of military vehicles to Market Harborough in Leicestershire for another excellent event that largely had good reviews for the range of vehicles on display, helpful and informative re-enactors and familyfriendly atmosphere.

The show organisers did a fantastic job and deserve to be congratulated. The venue (Market Harborough Showground) proved easy enough to find, and parking was handled by the young men and women of 1084 (Market Harborough) Squadron Air Training Corps. Traffic flowed smoothly and there were no queues or delays in accessing the park and getting parked.

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