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The Folkestone and Ashford Military Show 2019

The Tigers Children’s Motorcycle display team has been established for 37 years, the team was set up to allow children the opportunity to learn to ride a motorcycle safely and to perform tricks, stunts and jumps in public shows around the UK.

We are based on the South Coast near Portsmouth, we train every Sunday through the cold winter months and perform in shows from around May.

Our children age from just 5 years old to 16 years old, therefore safety of our children is our primary focus; however this does not limit us from delivering exciting shows.

The team is run entirely by the parents of the children with an elected committee; our aim is to include everyone in making Tigers fun and challenging for all of our member families.

Every year we donate a share of our show earning to charity, over the years we have donated many thousands of pounds to child related good causes. We also provide a number of reduced rate shows for local community charities, so if you are looking for an exciting act please get in touch. (The reduced rate shows are at the discretion of the team and its members; we can only provide a limited number).

The Tigers Children’s Motorcycle Display Team will be performing on both Saturday 1st June & Sunday 2nd June 2019…

More About The Folkestone and Ashford Military Show

Les BirchSince 1971 the Sellindge show ground hosted the Sellindge steam festival, organised by the Birch Family. Les Birch who passed away in 2014 was a prominent figure within the show ground area, always talking to cadet units that were helping on site about his years in the Army.

Mr Birch, who served in the Royal Artillery, was captured by German soldiers in 1940, and held prisoner in ten different camps. He will be remembered as ‘one of the characters of life’ and was often referred to as the ‘storyteller’.

One of the cadet organisations, Kent (Marine) Cadet Force, an independent cadet unit, not affiliated or recognised by the Ministry of Defence is hosting the Folkestone and Ashford Military show to keep alive the good work that Les Birch did within the Community.

The show is designed to highlight and showcase the involvement of youth organisations of the area and in particular cadet organisations, whilst incorporating a military feel to attract members of the public and by adding certain attractions making it feel a modern day Fair.

We will have in attendance some very special guests whilst creating an atmosphere for family’s to enjoy for hours and return for years to come.

We will be raising funds for the Royal British Legion, who will be in attendance as well as raising funds for a memorial stone for Les Birch.