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Artillery in Action

www.visitwinchester.co.uk/artillery-action

01 Aug to 31 Aug
  • Fort Nelson reenactors firing a canon
  • Fort Nelson reenactors firing a canon

Fort Nelson

Portsdown Hill Road, Fareham

PO17 6AN

Experience the power and might of the big guns at the Artillery in Action show, when three different guns from various time periods are fired. 

1pm

Free admission

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