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Fly-in July 5 2008


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Airfield Memorial unveiled - April 19 2008

Fly-in  pictures  5th July 2008

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The organisation and barbeque tent was the hub for the day's activities.






Amidst the growing crops the airstrip had been cut the day before and was marked out with identification letters.






Time to go home! After popping in for the morning, the crew of the Slingsby T.67M-260 Firefly depart. In the centre the Jodel D117 arrives.




You would never imagine the day began with dark cloud and scudding rain!











In the area around the Airfield Group's tent.


Note how the RAF flag is being bent over by the force of the wind! (top-left) With some memorabilia and books, the Airfield Group have been advertising their drive to accumulate funds to complete the museum on the airfield site ... that will have access from Langham Lane half a mile to the south of its junction with Park Lane. Bottom right sees Chris Stanfield and Robin Gooding enjoying the sunshine, as was the author when not taking photos!






The Piper J3C-65 Cub posing as the  L-4 Grasshopper, object of affection!





The author about to photograph the loved one .. again!


Thanks to Chris Stanfield for the photo!



Details for modellers!







Cessna C-150 Aerobat


Vans RV-6


The Aeronca Super Chief





The superlative Luscombe Silvaire, immaculately finished in gloss cream and brown and the most elegant of the inter-war high-wing tourers.







Organiser Peter Wenzac looking very pleased with himself as the raffle winners are announced!

I used Martyn Steggals aircraft photo collection for recognising these private aeroplanes.




Thanks to the Suffolk Coastal Strut for extending an invitation to attend. The website for the event is at: