These pictures from the Saltram House muster near Plymouth were provided by Keith Foster
Pete Coppack said:Saltram did have a big turnout (curiously, my only memories of this muster are the train journey down, Dermot tapping a beer cask and me talking to Dave Farr around a camp fire while doing guard duty - no recollection of the battles or these photos!) This was the start of several years of big turnouts for the regiment. The largest I'm aware of being Hemel Hempstead in 1990, where I counted 36 in the block plus officers in front.
Dave Ingram commented:I think this was the third battle that Paul Watts and I took part in. The first having been in Kent earlier the same year, then Naseby. Ian Musgrove also went to Naseby and Saltram (and is on the back row behind Paul, who is on the front row next to Dermot). I'm at the back between Tim and Mark. I'm pretty sure the small boy was Sam Skey (Cliff organised a breeching ceremony for Sam the Man). Bob's friend Paul is on the front row (next to Wendy?).