It was such a success last year that Gloucester City has invited the Glamorgan Constabulary Police Re-enactment Group back again.
We will be escorting the cast of 'Allo Allo' around the streets for photoshoots with the general public.
Councillor Colin Organ said: "I would very much like to extend an invitation to you & your team to join us again this year . The Allo Allo stars have said they would love to revisit us as they enjoyed your company and all the other re-enactors so much!"
CAREW AIRFIELD CONTROL TOWER SHOW
It's a hard life pounding the beat in these narrow streets, you don't know who you'll meet. Jack the Ripper is around here somewhere, we need to catch him quickly.
The Metropolitan Police have ask for help from the Glamorgan Constabulary to catch Jack the Ripper in London.
BRIDGEND CLASSIC CAR SHOW
People from all over the county descended on Bridgend Town for the Classic Car Show on Saturday.
Three streets were set aside for the vintage and classic cars supported by the Glamorgan Classic Car Club.
On the high street, you could find the tented traders including their monthly street market. Their indoor market craft fayre was held on Saturday too.
There was live music throughout the day with plenty of food and cold drinks to keep you fresh on this beautiful sunny day.
Councillor Richard Young, Mayor of Bridgend County Borough, paid a visit to the event and was pleased with the organization and presentation of the show.
The Glamorgan Constabulary Police Re-enactment group sent along a Sergent to make sure everything ran smoothly. Sgt., Paul William Harris said: "Bridgend is a quaint little town that lends itself to this kind of show. Its been a fantastic day with lots of photo-shoots done with people and cars."
The Glamorgan Constabulary Police Re-enactment Group were one of the special guests at the Carew Airfield Control Towers open day in Pembroke, on Saturday, and what brilliant time we had.
You can take a trip back in time and experience the Control Tower as it would have been during the war years. Besides, they have also reconstructed a Stanton Air Raid Shelter and have now collected a considerable range of wartime exhibits in their vast museum.
Over 30 army vehicles were on display, and you can watch them drive on a specially designed track with excellent vantage points for the photographers.
There was plenty to see and do with local trader stands, listen to a band and choir or have fun at the fun fair. In their marquee was tea, coffee, and homemade cakes and sandwiches.
We were there with our new mobile Victorian Jail which was a big success with the kids; they could go inside and try on the dreaded Victorian handcuffs and wear a police hat for a unique photo shoot with our policemen, our free lollipops went down well as well.
A well-organized event, we will be there on their big day on the 11th August for the 'Wings Over Carew' show a must-see event.