Not sure where to post this one. It's a little off-forum, but there will be many people here who will be interested.
On the 28th of August 1914 the 12th Lancers made a charge with lances against the Prussian Dragoon Guards near the village of Moÿ (pronounced 'mwee') de l'Aisne, near St. Quentin. This was the last, or one of the last, such events in modern warfare. The village is planning a big centenary event on 28 August 2014. A new memorial is planned at or near the site of Moÿ Chateau from whence the 12th Lancers set forth on their charge. It will be inaugurated during the centenary celebrations.
The charge could be regarded as one of the last flourishes of the Victorian army.
The regiment which exits today as the 9/12th Lancers has agreed in priciple to participate subject to operational demands.
This should be quite a day and something to pencil in if your are planning to retrace the route from Mons to the Marne during the last week of August 2014.