Keemble battle of Britain

Discussion in 'The Fleet Air Arm' started by scouse, Sep 14, 2009.

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  1. Kemble Airport Battle of Britain Weekend
    Host: Kemble Air Services
    Type: Other - Festival
    Network: Global
    Start Time: Saturday, September 19, 2009 at 10:00am
    End Time: Sunday, September 20, 2009 at 5:30pm
    Location: Kemble Airport
    Street: A433
    City/Town: Kemble, United Kingdom
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    Phone: 09063023320
    Email: [email protected]

    DescriptionThe chance to see a lot more of Kemble's activities.
    Admission (Both Days)
    £15 per person on the Gate
    (Children 15 and under free!)
    £10 per person
    (In Advance)

    Kemble Airport will be open again for its annual Open Weekend to commemorate the Battle of Britain. Kemble Battle of Britain Open Weekend will try to recreate the atmosphere of the old RAF “At Home†Days that were common on most service stations up until the 1970’s.

    There will be a small afternoon flying display of vintage aeroplanes starting at 2.00pm with the highlight being a display on the Sunday from the Spitfire and Hurricane from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and a visit from the Red Arrows.
    You will get the chance to visit all the flying organisations based at Kemble, including The Flying Club, Cotswold Helicopters, Fly2Help, Ultimate High, the Britannia and Buccaneer Preservation Societies, Kemble Flying Club and of course Delta Jets, and their outstanding collection of privately owned vintage jets. Refreshments will be available and the popular AV8 restaurant will be open.
    The RAF Benevolent Fund and Fly2Help, our two favourite charities, will be involved with a charity auction to raise funds for these two charities.


    Entry to this event will be signposted via the Jackaments Bottom Lane entrance off the A433 Cirencester to Tetbury road.
    The usual main gate will be closed to all show traffic
  2. No RNHF? after all not every flying service can boast 100 years!!!!
  3. I notice the Buccaneer preservation society are there Scouse!!!!!!!

    Strange you being aware of that!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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