The 240th anniversary commemoration of the Battle of Brandywine will
take place on the original ground at Sandy Hollow Park in Birmingham
Township, Pa. Similar to the event in 2014, this major British Brigade/
Continental Line weekend event will incorporate the park and adjacent
farmland, with one day designed to approximate the action there in 1777.
Sponsors are the 43rd Regiment of Foot and Ninth Pa. Regiment.

    Now a 40+ acre township-owned park, this is the actual site of a
major portion of the original battle and the place where the Marquis de
Lafayette was wounded. The site is a large, open, grassy area that declines
gently to privately owned woods and then into farmland which we also have
use of. While the area is rural in nature, Sandy Hollow is just minutes from
the nearby intersection of Rts. 202 and 1. Additional information about the
site can be found at

    All participating organizations must be full or probationary units
of the British Brigade, Continental Line or Brigade of the American
Revolution. BB and CL safety regulations will be observed at all times. The
event will include a major battle each day and a jollification provided by
the township, Brigade and Line Saturday evening. Further details will be
posted on this site in the coming weeks. We hope your unit will be able to
participate in what promises to be a unique, enjoyable and memorable
 Continental Units Register Here:
 Sutlers Register with Bob Sullivan at 



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