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Happy New Year to you all. The next meeting is set for Tuesday 10th January, 7.30pm – Lympne Castle East Bar. We will be playing host to David Goldsmith as he presents his look at the attempted and achieved record … Continue reading
Lympne Airfield History Society Our next meeting is taking place on January 10th when David Goldsmith will conclude his record breaking flights made from England to Australia and the rest of the world and back again, with a large slice … Continue reading
LAAG members are concerned at the knock on effects that would be felt on the Marsh should Otterpool Newtown become a reality and the renewed threat it brings to Lympne Airfield. In both our interests we are publishing this Press … Continue reading
Hello All We are changing the next LAHS meeting date to Tuesday 22nd NOVEMBER from the 15th. A meeting for the ‘No Garden Town Campaign’ has been scheduled for the same time at the castle on the 15th. Whilst we … Continue reading
Hello everybody Our final meeting of the year takes place in the East Bar, Lympne Castle on Tuesday 15th November at 7.30pm. We will briefly be reviewing the presentations of this year, then going on to preview some of our … Continue reading
LYMPNE AIRFIELD HISTORY SOCIETY Our November 15th meeting will review our presentations for the last year, and go on to preview our plans for 2017. We have covered many eras and personalities concerned with our airfield including record breaking flights, WW2, … Continue reading
Our presenter for our September meeting was aviation expert David Goldsmith, who took us through the attempts to break aviation records by flying from England to Australia and back. Whilst flights from places like Croydon, Heston, Gravesend and Mildenhall were … Continue reading
The next meeting, September 13th, will feature a presentation by David Goldsmith on the era of record breaking international flights to and from Lympne. David will also tell the story of those who failed to break any records through mishap, … Continue reading
Highlights of the 6th August March Success of the work of the Otterpool Newtown Coalition in fighting Shepway Council’s ‘Garden Town’ proposal is vital if we are to conserve the remaining parts of Lympne Airfield and we thank everyone who … Continue reading
LYMPNE AIRFIELD HISTORY SOCIETY Our September 13th meeting will feature a presentation by David Goldsmith on record breaking flights made from and to Lympne in the 1920’s and 30’s. Attempted flights will also feature in this meaty subject. Household … Continue reading