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Spring Fly-in and Vintage Day in Upminster

17:50 18 April 2013

Visitors can expect to see reinactments

Visitors can expect to see reinactments

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A Spring Fly-in and Vintage Day is set to take place at Damyns Hall Aerodrome, in Aveley Road, Upminster.

Visitors can look forward to the Battle of Britain Roadshow, the Havering Classic Car Club, vintage motor cycles and wartime music.

Other highlights on Sunday, April 28 are falconry displays and No 452 Squadron Air Training Corps.

Historian Richard Smith will also be on signing copies of his latest book.

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