If you would like to learn more about the corps of military police then these websites may prove helpful:
The museum of the Royal military police based in hampshire.
The british military history - a really useful source throughout the ages.
The corps of military police database is a great way of discovering if your family has served in the corps www.corpsofmilitarypolice.org
Some of the groups that we have worked with and shows that we have enjoyed:
The military vehicle trust - a great resource on period vehicles
Southwick village is a great place to visit, most notably southwick house,
a revival weekend is held every year
War and Peace is the biggest Re-enactment show in the UK, a great place to see re-enactors and vehicles.
A fantastic Re-enactor and impersonator we had the pleasure to work with during a trip to Guernsey - Winston Churchill by Stan Streather:
Another Corps of Military police living history group,
the 245 Provost Company, based in Birmingham
A really unique and interesting Corps of Military Police
group based in Cambridge and Peterborough,
portraying the 1st Airborne provost company
support group for ex-servicemen with asbestos related issues
care after combat