Open Day at the Army’s training Academy at Sandhurst

Not in London, but close enough to peek my interest at least, and looks interesting in several areas… the Army’s Officer training academy in Sandhurt is having an open day next month – and conveniently on a Sunday.

Not just for the displays of military prowess, but the architecture and heritage is rather impressive.

To give it a dose of London relevance though, Sandhurst was formed from the merger of the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich and the Royal Military College at Sandhurst.

Hopefully, any helicopters that might be there wont scare the locals as the recent open evening at the H.A.C. did to Shoreditch residents who didn’t realise there was an Army barracks in their midst!

Entry is Free

From the official blurb…

Open on Sunday 19th June 11.00am – 4.30pm (Gates open at 10.30am – Last entry is at 3.30pm)

No pets allowed.

Visit – Old College Prestige Rooms, The Royal Memorial Chapel, The Central Library and individual stands of military displays through the ages.

Watch – A variety of sporting and military events including a Polo Match, a Cricket Match, Gurkha Khukri Dance and traditional Jhyaure, and a Musical Finale by The Band of The Army Air Corps.

Explore – The Academy’s impressive grounds.

Poster advert for the day

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4 comments on “Open Day at the Army’s training Academy at Sandhurst
  1. Andrew says:

    No pets allowed. They will scare the wildlife?

  2. john hunt says:

    SUNDAY 19/june/12
    Tuesday 19/June/12
    Discuss

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