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#ARMINGTHEWORLD 

The British arms trade is getting a lot of bad press lately. Bleeding hearts, peaceniks and every lefty liberal with a ‘Momentum’ badge is banging on about it. But how could it be anything but positive selling billions of pounds worth of weapons to loyal customers like Saudi Arabia?

So, to coincide with the opening of the crown jewel of arms fairs at the Excel Centre in September, we’re sending the #ArmingTheWorld: Outreach Team onto the streets of London between September 12-16to press your flesh and thank you, the generous British taxpayer, for your continued support of our efforts.

As an extra special treat we’ll be bringing the stars of the most glamorous (and private!) of arms fairs to your front door, introducing you to the A-listers of our industry – those proud British products that have really been making a bang on the international arms stage.

Come down to one of our shows and take a selfie with a fighter jet, get cosy with some tear gas or marvel at the capabilities of our most desired warhead.

We look forward to seeing you there and don’t forget to register!

GCHQ is watching!! (Only joking!)

This is a co-production with ice&fire

Lewisham Usherettes

The Usherettes will be out and about on the streets of Lewisham this Summer.

These theatrical characters can be spotted sharing information, collecting thoughts and ideas and generating lively debate about their favourite subject – Lewisham.

The Usherettes are charming,  sociable characters who enjoy chatting to anyone and everyone and would be delighted to tell people about your Lewisham based events.

Get in touch if you have any events you’d like us to share and follow us on Twitter.

@LewishamUshers

[email protected].

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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