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The Durham Light Infantry Society

Formed in 1975 as a tribute to the origins of the DLI by members of the D.L.I. Regimental Association, the Society has always maintained close links with it's parent regiment and the ex-soldier associations of the region. The following images were taken in the grounds of Alnwick Castle during a 'Living History Encampment'.

Over the years the Society's Display Team ha sevolved into one of the premier re-enactment and living history groups of its period (1814). The result is its world-wide reputation for its historical accuracy, period training, reasearch and battle field efficiency. The Display Team represents the regiment during the Napoleonic Campaign - during its crucial transformation into the 'eyes and ears' of the army.

The Display Team and the Society welcomes new members - so if you're interested,
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A Visitors Book is available if you would like to make any comments or requests.

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