2019 03 02 Twenty-Mile March in Honour of Everleigh Pierce
Delaware to Battle Hill, ON
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM


To commemorate the 204th anniversary of the Battle of the Longwoods, the UTMRS, which portrays the 1814 Light Company of the Royal Scots, will be again marching from Delaware to Battle Hill, the site of the battle, a distance of twenty miles. Again they will be raising funds in honour of five-year-old, Everleigh Pierce, for the Pulmonary Hypertension Association of Canada.

The march will commence at 8:00 am, on Saturday, March 2 at the parking lot near the 402 exit on the Longwoods Road.  The UTMRS will this year be joined by the Royal Scots Grenadier re-enactment group as well as any members of the public interested in the march or raising funds for the PHA.

The march will be broken into two components and marchers may do one or both of the components.  The first component, will be the march to Melbourne, a distance of about 10 miles, along the Longwoods Road, and the second component, following lunch, will be to complete the other ten-mile march to Battle Hill.


If you wish to donate, or participate, please contact Glenn Stott at 519 828 3843 or to register, receive donation forms and/or receive any further information.

On Saturday, March 2, at 2:00pm a Longwoods Memorial Service will be held at Battle Hill Park to commemorate the only major battle fought in the London- Middlesex area during the War of 1812.  This year’s service will feature the dedication of the new flags, the Union Jack and the 15 star U.S. flag.  Following the service, there will be a luncheon held at the Wardsville United Church.  All are welcome to participate in this annual and unique program.

The Upper Thames Military Re-enactment Society (UTMRS)


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