Take a step back in time as a popular living-history event returns for a third year.

Stow Maries Aerodrome is hosting its annual Stow At War on Sunday, October 4, to shine light on the British Armed Forces of the Great War.

The event includes soldiers, nurses and airmen, their uniforms, weapons, equipment and training, as well as the everyday tasks of the Great War soldier.

There will be authentic demonstrations showing the skills a soldier would have to acquire to enable him to do his job.

Stow Maries offers a collection of Great War aircraft as well as exhibitions.

Organisers are also hoping to welcome an air display, weather permitting.

The event runs from 10am to 4pm.

Under-twos go free and tickets cost £3 for 2-15-year-olds and £17.50 for adults.

This weekend sees the return of the Large Model Airshow, showcasing the type of aircraft which would have been flown when Stow Maries was an active First World War base.

The Dawn Patrol Team will put on model flying displays by war birds ranging from Edwardian times to the present day.

Aerobatic and 3D demonstrations will also take place during the day.

Gates open at 10am on both days and there will be a barbecue and the Airmen’s Mess and the site’s four exhibitions will be open.

Tickets are £15 for adults and £5 for eight to 16-year-olds.

To buy tickets, go to stowmaries.org.uk.