Garrison Artillery Volunteers

A display group whose passion is Royal Artillery of the 20th Century


Welcome to Track & Wheel

Track and Wheel specialise in the restoration, rebuild and servicing of military vehicles from Modern vehicles for film work to pre-Second World War Vehicles. We have extensive experience with all Vehicles but particularly enjoy British vehicles of character. We are conversant with white metal engine work. From regular Jeep servicing to a full armour rebuild and difficult problem solving! Owned and run by Tom Cunningham and Tobin Jones we have many years experience dealing with, and operating these old vehicles. We also provide vehicles and logistics for film work as well as preparing vehicles for expeditions and special events.

Garrison WWI Section

A Flickr site linking to the Garrison's First World War Section and its 18-pounder field gun

The Garrison ATS Section Twitter Account

News and views from the Garrison's ATS Section.

A.T.S. Remembered

A great resource for anyone with an interest in the Auxiliary Territorial Service

Malta Command WW2 Living History Group

Malta Command is a living history re-enactment group that portrays Maltese soldiers serving in the British Army in the defence of Malta during the Second World War. The Garrison and Malta Command have successfully worked together on several occasions to put on re-enactment displays

           Lovett Artillery Collection

A website documenting Leon and Ralph Lovett's impressive private collection of artillery, anti-tank guns, naval guns, mortars, and ordnance related technology from 1800-1957.

Welcome to the Shopland Collection

With origins going back to mechanical transport before 1890, when a red flag was carried in front of vehicles using the highway, it is not surprising that as a family the Shoplands have collected a number of vehicles over the years. The family's interest in Military Vehicles stems from employing them in the Timber Business:  For example the 'Y-type' AEC lorries of the Great War Period through to an ex-Naval Bedford TL today.