It's worth a visit.The first opportunity will be in May and as usual it occurs on the third Sunday of each month.
This carries on till October and they have a hangar dance midway in July.This attracts a few more aircraft on
the Sunday and there are also lots of classic cars,WW2 vehicles and bikes to shoot.
Add to this that the museum of the 93rd B.G is also open and has lots of artefacts from the time
when the Americans were there during WW2.Iit makes a canny trip out.There is food on site but
go with an open mind as I bought a sausage roll there the size of my thumb for 50p and next
serving of a home made pie was a much better bargain.
The burgers made at the hangar that house the main flying aircraft are a treat,so its
horses for courses.Just check they are making them that day though.I have enjoyed it
for the past few years so good luck..J7..
(Just pray for nice weather