To mark the events, the normal entry price to the naval museum will be waived on Saturday, June 29, and entry will be via donation instead. NMRN Hartlepool will be celebrating in flamboyant forties fashion to mark the year of the D-Day 75 Commemoration, as well as annual Armed Forces Day. Visitors to Hartlepool Quayside will be able to enjoy a 1940s street party experience with live music, dancing, military action, motorbikes and more. There will be a hairstylist on site to whip up mini-vintage makeovers – think victory rolls and finger waves – as well as Funky Faces Face Painting for the kids. During the afternoon you’ll be able to enjoy live vintage jazz music from The Seatones, as well as swing dancing performances from Sixth Street Swing who’ll also be offering taster sessions to all. Members of VERA (Victory in Europe Re-enactment Association) will be representing the local Vickers Armstrong Home Guard, while the World War II Operations group will be portraying the Royal Navy and RAF of the day. Two pristine, vintage 1940s motorcycles will be on display and their owner will be on hand to explain their history. During the day, the NMRN catering team will be whipping up some...