Thursday, 3rd May
Hanbury Manor Guest welcome and check-in from 2pm. Drinks and dinner to take place from 7pm at the hotel. Speeches, event instructions and a warm welcome to all our European/Overseas visitors.
Friday, 4th May (day)
Hedingham Castle Participants will enjoy a winding drive on country roads through quintessential English villages to spend a day at the nine hundred years old Hedingham Castle. Hosted by the charming Lindsay family, descendants of the original owners, the De Veres, you will see jousting, archery, falconry and medieval combat – but nowhere near the 356s!
Friday, 4th May (evening)
Hatfield House In the evening members will dine at Hatfield House, a venue of real historical interest where Queen Elizabeth I spent her childhood.
Hatfield House is the home of the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury and their family. With stunning examples of Jacobean craftsmanship throughout the house and a number of gardens and attractions to explore there is something for everyone.
Saturday, 5th May (day)
Debden Airfield or Cambridge Driving activities at a local aerodrome or a walking tour of Cambridge.
Saturday, 5th May (evening)
Duxford, Imperial War Museum A Gala and Awards Dinner under the wings of Concorde at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford. AirSpace is a stunning exhibition, telling the story of British and Commonwealth aviation from the earliest pioneers to the latest contemporary technology. Containing over 30 evocative aircraft, including the iconic Lancaster, Spitfire and Concorde.
Sunday, 6th May (AM)
Brunch and departure