Support Fly Navy Heritage Trust and get cheap tickets to Yeovilton Air Day
SUPPORT US AND ENJOY DISCOUNTED TICKETS TO RNAS YEOVILTON INTERNATIONAL AIR DAY, EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO THE FLY NAVY HERITAGE TRUST MARQUEE AND VIEWING ENCLOSURE, AND A DELICIOUS HOG ROAST AND SALAD LUNCH
Tickets are now on sale for RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day on Saturday 13 July 2013. This spectacular award winning Air Show is an opportunity not to be missed. The thrilling 5 hour Air Display is a showcase of Royal Navy aircraft past and present and for those with a special interest in our Naval Aviation Heritage, highlights will include the iconic Swordfish, the Sea Fury and the Sea Vixen.
Supporters of the Fly Navy Heritage Trust enjoy discounted ticket prices with Adult Tickets at £18 each and Child Tickets at £5 each.
A delicious Hog Roast lunch is also available in the Fly Navy Heritage Trust enclosure. This is a super opportunity to meet up with friends, enjoy a glass of wine or Swordfish Ale and sit back and watch the Air Display in convivial relaxing surroundings. Lunch tickets are £8 each (Adult or child) including a range of delicious salads and a dessert.
If you are not a Supporter of the Fly Navy Heritage Trust and would like to enjoy these and other benefits please see our 'Become a Supporter' Flier attached. Becoming a Supporter is very easy. All we ask is for a minimum of £25.00 a year, less than £2.50 a month, to help keep the Royal Navy's rare and remarkable historic aircraft flying. We ignore our Naval Aviation Heritage at our peril. Please help preserve these treasured historic aircraft for future generations. To become a Supporter complete the standing order mandate form attached return to the Fly Navy Heritage Trust at the address below.
To apply for tickets to Air Day and to purchase tickets for the Hog Roast Lunch please send a cheque made payable to ‘The Fly Navy Heritage Trust’ or phone Dave Weatherley or Julia Duffield on 01935 842005.
Please send Supporter standing order mandate forms and cheques for Air Day to:
The Fly Navy Heritage Trust
2013 marks the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic and the Trust has worked closely with the Royal Navy, Merchant Navy and MOD to pay tribute to all those who served in that ruthless and relentless campaign. The Swordfish, one of the last remaining links with campaign, led the national commemorative events with fly pasts in London and Liverpool last month and the Trust was greatly privileged to share the memories of the many Fleet Air Arm Battle of the Atlantic veterans who attended our Battle of the Atlantic Receptions in HMS Illustrious in London on 11 May and HMS Bulwark in Liverpool on 24 May.
We would like to thank all our Supporters for the overwhelming response to these events and for the many kind donations and thank you letters we have received. May we also take this opportunity to draw your attention to our website www.fnht.co.uk with the latest news, stories and photographs and to the Royal Navy Historic Flight web site
www.royalnavyhistoricflight.org.uk for dates and details of the Royal Navy Historic Flight air displays around the country.
Future dates for your diary include:
Wednesday 24 July
RNAS Culdrose Air Day
The Commando Aviation Heritage Dinner, Merchant Taylors Hall, London
Friday 6 September
Candlelit Concert St Bart's Fleet Air Arm Memorial Church
Friday 20 September
Legacy Seminar, Heritage Flying Display and Lunch RNAS Yeovilton
Saturday 5 October
Supporters' Open Day and Reunion at RNAS Yeovilton. An opportunity to meet the Royal Navy Historic Flight, see the aircraft and enjoy a flying display and lunch with comrades and friends.
During this year's 70th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic we remember with pride and humility the service and sacrifice of everyone who has served with the Fleet Air Arm and their families and friends. The Royal Naval Air Service and Fleet Air Arm has a unique place in history and your support to our heritage is greatly valued and appreciated.
With best wishes,
Fly Navy Heritage Trust
Preserving the Nation's Naval Aviation Heritage