LHG

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AcronymDefinition
LHGLiquid Heat Generator
LHGLiving History Group (various locations)
LHGLubenham Heritage Group (UK)
LHGLicensed Hydrogeologist
LHGLibra Holidays Group Ltd. (Cyprus)
LHGLiquefied Hydrocarbon Gases
LHGLapping, Honing, Grinding (metal finishing)
LHGLine Hunt Group
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The gun - an authentic Krupp Great War gun - was manned by Belgian living history group De Patrouilleurs.
NORTHUMBERLAND EVENTS | July 15-16: St Cuthbert's Land, a living history group based in the North East, are at Bamburgh Castle with a living encampment and demonstrations including cooking and warfare.
NORTHUMBERLAND EVENTS: JULY 15-16: St Cuthbert's Land, a living history group based in the North East, are at Bamburgh Castle with a living encampment and demonstrations including cooking and warfare.
There will be an open evening between 6pm and 8pm when visitors can hear from the chief master, speak with current pupils and parents, explore the different academic departments and even enjoy an artillery display from the school's Living History Group, weather permitting.
com Victorian Weekend, Cardiff Castle (May 20 - 21) Go back in time with living history group the Ragged Victorians to explore how "the great unwashed" eked out a living.
com On The Town, Regents Park Open Air Theatre, London (May 19 - July 1) STRICTLY finalist Danny Mac puts Victorian Weekend, Cardiff Castle, (May 20 - 21) THE Ragged Victorians, a living history group, will help you step back in time, to explore how "the great unwashed" eked out a living.
THIS weekend Meriden will host members of a living history group in a mock First World War camp.
No booking required Enthusiastic young re-enactors from King Edward VI School's Living History Group will be staging scenes from Tudor life.
Dave Coleman from Wallasey, | |a member of Regia Anglorum, a living history group
Presented by local living history group Rosa Mundi, "Arms and Armour in Medieval England" will look at 15th century military dress, from the lightly armoured 'handgonner' to the longbow archer and the fully harnessed 'manat-arms'.