Sunday 24th July 2011
Spectacular air show and all round great day out. Proceeds going to BBC Radio Devon Air Ambulance appeal and Exeter Leukemia Fund.
Sunday 24th July sees the return of the Branscombe Charity Airday & Classic Car Show, in aid of the BBC Radio Devon Air Ambulance Appeal and the Exeter Leukaemia Fund. Thousands are expected at the fun-filled family event, which will feature a fly in of over 100 aircraft with an air display of nearly 2 hours including a Tiger Moth, Hurricane and Hunter jet. There will also be 300 classic cars, live music and dozens of stalls. Owner of the Airfield Naomi Hayman hopes that this year will be even more successful than previous years “we were overwhelmed with the success last year and were able to give nearly £10,000 to local charities. Our two main charities this year are such worthy causes and we hope that the weather will be kind too us so that we can raise even more money on 24 July. Bill Price a Trustee of Devon Air Ambulance Trust also hopes for a busy day “It is fantastic that David and Naomi are supporting the BBC Radio Devon Appeal as we need to raise further £600,000 in order to buy a new £4million Air Ambulance”® Thousands are expected at the fun-filled family event, which will feature a fly in of 100+ aircraft, 300 classic cars, and dozens of stalls.
® A 90-minute Air Display of aircraft including: a Hunter jet displaying high-speed low-level aerobatics, Tiger Moth and a Hurricane.
® There is even the chance to win a flight over Lyme Bay in a SR22, the worlds most advanced single engine aircraft.
® Gates open to the public at 11am and the show closes at 5pm. Tickets may be purchased on entry.
® Licensed bars and food will be available
Branscombe Airfield, Higherlands Farm, Branscombe, Seaton, Devon EX12 3BL
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