We have been set up in one particular area for the past several years, but as we were doing late Victorian this time, and a few of our friends were also doing late Victorian near the entrance of the site, we decided to join them and relocate our display. Thus, instead of having two small displays of one time, we had one larger one. This also meant that others could go explore the site and other exhibits while people were still in camp to keep an eye on everything. Nobody was ever left alone "minding the store."
On Saturday we were told about 300 visitors passed through and we spoke with a number of different groups that passed by, curious about the British Empire and Her Majesty's finest. Our display consisted of our civilian Kim, our nurse Sharon, and enlisted soldiers for the 35th Royal Sussex in the Egypt Campaign, 72nd Highlanders in the 2nd Anglo-Afghan War, plus the Derbyshire Regiment and Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in the 2nd Boer War.