On Saturday, May 14, c RAFThe only World War II bomber to rise over Nottinghamshire. The only Avro Lancaster in the afternoon is to fly over the Nottinghamshire Country Show at the Newark Showground.

The flight is scheduled to take place around 3:30 pm and will be performed by the RAF Battle of Britain memorial flight as a reminder of the history of the exhibition.

Organizers say it should happen exactly at 3:34 p.m., but the specific timing will depend on the weather and the plane serviceability.

Avro Lancaster became famous as the heroes of Dambuster Lincolnshire from Squadron 617.

Today’s passing is a reminder of the history of the Newark Showground, formerly known as the RAF Winthorpe, and a tribute to the people of the bombing force who are helping Britain win the war, as well as the victims.

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The show’s organizer Elizabeth Halsall said: “We are very pleased to have been able to ensure the emergence of such an iconic aircraft that has so many strong ties to the field and will help us properly celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Anniversary.

“The theme of the show showcases the best that the Nottinghamshire countryside has to offer, and we have a brilliant range of activities, kiosks, entertainment, food and drink to entertain everyone throughout the day.

“Central to everything will be the events taking place at the exhibition site, and I have no doubt that all eyes will be on Lancaster if it takes place, as we were told, at 15.34.”

This will be the first time the show has opened to the public in the last two years.

In addition to the flight, Newark Showground will also host animal shows, rural skills, an exhibition for family dogs, a lawn mower race of the Young Farmers Association and a food festival.

The gates open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission is free for children under 6.

Adult tickets cost £ 10 and can be bought online in advance.



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