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Lympne Airfield History Society

  Our next meeting on September 5th, is hosted by Tony Moor who will tell the story of Florence Mary Morris-Davies, a very successful lady pilot of the CPFC in a male dominated world. November’s meeting features a talk by WW2 Lancaster pilot Henty Shackleton from Elham. All meetings start at 7.30pm sharp. Please feel free to enjoy our continuing celebration of our Airfield in the wonderful surroundings of, Lympne Castle’s East Bar. There is no charge. Thanks to our generous hosts Richard and Rod at the castle. For more information please contact: John Simpson 01303 265078 Email: johnsimpson43@btinternet.com Web: www.lympneairfield.com

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Next meeting of Lympne Airfield History Society

Hi Everyone I am delighted to announce we will be hosting a presentation on Hawkinge Airfield by Dave Brocklehurst and our own Simon Ralph of the Kent Battle of Britain Museum at our next meeting on Tuesday 17th March. Please … Continue reading

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Upcoming Meeting for Lympne Airfield History Society

Hello Everyone I hope you are all having a good Christmas time. I would just like to remind you we are set to have our next meeting at Lympne Castle in the East Bar on Thursday 15th January from 7.30pm.

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Lympne Airfield History Society Delves Into Visitors’ Book

We were recently lent a unique copy of a visitors’ book from the County Members when it was providing accommodation in years gone by.  This was the subject of a talk given by John Simpson at our recent meeting of … Continue reading

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Planning refused on Lympne Airfield

More than a year of campaigning, membership building, fundraising and many weeks preparing and then giving evidence at the Public Inquiry into the appeal by the Airfield’s owner/developer, the dedicated friends and members of the Lympne Airfield Association have been … Continue reading

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Lympne Airfield History Society Welcomes Local Author

At the recent LAHS meeting at the County Members we welcomed Tony Moor author of LYMPNE AIRFIELD AT WAR & PEACE, who brought copies of his new book, which were eagerly snapped up! Signed copies of Dick Gilbert’s recent book … Continue reading

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