An afternoon of inspirational music with the Pipes and Drum from the Rose & Thistle and Hampshire Caledonian Pipe Bands and Medina Marching Band. The amazing Wight Hot Pipes will also be there & more, so get you tickets now! Tickets available from Medina Box Office 01983 823884
The wartime story of the man who became the father of British Broadcasting. As World War One starts, twenty-two year old Peter Pendleton Eckersley is aiming at refining the hopelessly inadequate radio sets being tested in the planes of the Royal Flying Corps. Grounded and sent back to England by his C.O. to the Brooklands Wireless Testing Development School in Surrey, Eckersley is about to make history. A World War One play performed over armistice weekend in tribute to the fallen. Using original props, uniforms and aircraft radios used in the trenches. Bringing theatre to Northwood House for the first time, this new play will transport you back 100 years to the darkest days of WW1. It charts the struggle of one man as he fights to build radio equipment for the Royal flying Corps. Five years later he will build the BBC as it’s first Chief engineer. Tickets can be purchased direct from the Northwood House Office – 01983 293642 or online
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Enjoy a little festive cheer and pick up some unique gifts for friends and family