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Victorians

A group for Victorian enthusiasts

Website: http://www.victorianstrollers.co.uk
Location: South East England
Members: 91
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2013

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Williiam IV's Reign 5 Replies

Started by Mark Bradford. Last reply by Mark Bradford Dec 2, 2010.

Recruits wanted for 24th Regiment of foot ( Northern section of the Diehards ) 1 Reply

Started by Paul. Last reply by Steve Leggett Jan 5, 2010.

Victorian Music Hall 1 Reply

Started by Simon Caffrey. Last reply by andy smerdon Dec 30, 2009.

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Comment by Steve Leggett on February 10, 2011 at 20:44
Dear All
 
Thank you for the kind messages that you have been sending in, regarding Louise. I have passed them on to Chris and her parents.
 
Although as yet no date has been set for the funeral, it will be taking place at the Crematorium near Bar Hill, Cambridge, followed by a send off being held in Queens college Cambridge.
 
Louise’s parents and Chris have kindly asked that anyone planning on attending please DO NOT wear Victorian costume as it will be too emotional for them.
 
As soon as a date has been set, I will send it out to you all.
 
Regards
Steve Leggett
The Victorian Strollers
Comment by Steve Leggett on February 5, 2011 at 20:57
It is my unfortunate duty to inform all those who knew her, that today Louise Copsey a much valued member of our group has sadly passed away. Apparently due to a sudden and unexpected heart attack.
  
Our thoughts are with her family and Chris Rowlands to whom she had recently become engaged.
 
She will be missed.
Comment by Steve Leggett on October 26, 2010 at 22:03
Ok so that turned out to be a one part programe with NO payment for those taking part! We have now however done another TV programe 'paid' this time. So if anyone is interested in taking part in tv and film work let me know! The oportunities are coming in thick and fast now!
Comment by Steve Leggett on June 7, 2010 at 14:30
I am currently in discussions with a TV production company looking to make an 8 part mini series set in the late Victorian era. If you are interested in taking part send me an email: vic.stroller@btinternet.com or visit our website: www.victorianstrollers.co.uk. We will particularly need some late Victorian London policemen! Alan?!
Comment by Steve Leggett on June 7, 2010 at 14:23
You certainly are a character thats for sure! Nice meeting you at last. Well done with the win. I am glad you enjoyed yourselves. Check your emails too!
Comment by STAGGERS on June 7, 2010 at 9:07
Well great weekend, every hot in 3 layers of cloths. Lovely to catch up with some of you who are on here and meny more. Can't wait to do it all again I did enter in to a best charater on Satarday, don't do things like that normaly but I won there's a turn up for the books.
Comment by STAGGERS on May 31, 2010 at 9:25
Hello to you all, I am going away for the week as of today in Kent and would like to say I will look forward to seeing some of you at Rochester Dickens weekend. My friends, family and I will be there all being well on Saturday.
all the best
Staggers
Comment by Lara A Greene on May 8, 2010 at 21:31
I have see such pockets in many Victorian bodices. I have always been told they were watch pockets. Though I am sure the wearer could have used it for a bit of change or a small key if they chose as well.
Comment by Jude Coles on May 8, 2010 at 21:13
I visited a museum in Fife last weekend. They have a ladies dress from the 1880's, made either in Edinburgh or Glasgow for a wedding, definitely Scottish. The dress is of a heavy silk, lined, with a close fitted bodice with decorative buttons, but fastening with hook and eyes. On the right inner side of the bodice, at about breast level is a small pocket. The opening is about 2'' and is parallel with the front opening of the bodice, it curves in and down for about 3'' in a classic pocket shape. It is fairly rigid, made of silk, and is embroidered and lined, not a patch as was first thought. Does anyone have any ideas what it might have been for, suggestions so far, are for a watch, a locket, or a vinaigrette to help avoid 'body odours'. It is too small for a handkerchief or purse. The curator would love to know what it is, and I will pass on any information.
Comment by Steve Leggett on May 4, 2010 at 13:07
Well. Filming has finished. What a weekend! Brilliant. Look out for Midsomer Murders series 13 episode 6 The Noble Art.

We impressed the director and producer so much that we should (hopefully) get more work from them!!! Fingers crossed!
 

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