bristolian1 wrote:On another thread ; XH558 transiting Brize - Hurn on Thursday 19th. What price a diversion via Devon?!!
BeanieMan wrote:If anyone is staying down in Dawlish the night before the show, this may be of interest
trebleone wrote:I'd like to say a huge "well done" to Kev and the team for managing to put together a full flying programme - no mean feat, given the meagre resources they've had to work with - all your hard work is much appreciated, guys
Even the weather forecast for Thursday is now looking a lot more promising than it did a couple of days ago
Latest from the BBC:
"A largely dry morning with plenty of sunny spells and just an isolated light shower. However, cloud will thicken from the southwest later, with rain reaching many parts by evening."
Fingers crossed for it to hold off until the flying has finished.
See you all on 'the hill' tomorrow
P.S. Will the frequency be the same as previous years - i.e. 122.1 ?
azure winged magpie wrote:Bad news looks like the rain will hit 12 -1300, Still dug out the waterproofs. Still plan to leave Dorchester at 6 to be Dawlish 8ish
The Baron wrote:Congratulations to all concerned for making the Dawlish air show the event it was. I for one thoroughly enjoyed it and I hope the finances continue to enable you to run this superb show!
absolutangel wrote: While there are a lot of people involved in making the show what it is I think we all owe Kev a big , without him it just wouldn't happen. See you all next year.
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