We offer illustrated talks to schools and to groups of all ages not only about the Assault Training Center but with years of experience escorting battlefield tours throughout Europe we cover many subjects. Just ask.
With many years of researching, exploring and excavating the American presence on Braunton Burrows we can offer guided walks for groups, tailored to your needs.
There is still a lot of World War 2 unexploded ordnance hidden and buried in the most unlikely places on Braunton Burrows, so if you discover something metallic and unusual - please leave it well alone and tell the authorities.
Is illegal on Braunton Burrows for exactly the same reason as above. Friends of the Assault Training Center include experts in ordnance and ammunition and therefore hold the exclusive licence to use metal detectors and excavate historical sites.
First exploration since the COVID pandemic hit the country. Small group located large amount of armour plating panels and several concrete bases for scaffold poles, presumably used as marker posts.
Two concrete face targets were excavated, landscaped and an information board erected thanks to NDAONB funding.
Fields once covered with accommodation tents have been explored with a variety of small finds. This is on such a scale that the work continues.
Two concrete landing craft which had their jaws demolished and completely overgrown were cleared and made accessible.