Friends or “Allies” of the group include other re-enactment or living history groups. These are just some:

NEReenactorsWW2 Re-Enactors North East – A group” of about 40 re-enactors & individuals united by a common interest in the 1940s era, not bound by membership, rules & regulations, but gather together to socialise and educate members of the public.
MilitesMilites is a new society dedicated to bringing accurate, engaging and educational recreations of British history to sites and institutions around the UK.
dtvamvtlogo2 Durham Tees Valley Area Military Vehicle Trust – A group dedicated to the preservation and use of Military Vehicles from all eras but you dont have to be a vehicle owner to become involved. The group or individuals attend many National venues as well as Local Area events and, on occasion, international venues.
History WardrobeHistory Wardrobe – popular presentations on ladies fashions throughout history, given at venues across the UK, from village halls to stately homes including museums, heritage sites, literary festivals, historical societies, luncheon clubs, NADFAS and WI groups.