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Wings & Wheels 2019 at Fenland Airfield, Holbeach St Johns: This is what you need to know




This year's Wings & Wheels festival at Fenland Airfield in Holbeach St Johns promises a fun-packed day for the family.

The event, on Sunday, August 11, features planes, aerobatics and vintage and modern vehicles including cars, motorbikes, tractors, stalls, food and games.

For the children, there is face-painting, prizes, and the chance to see some owls.

Wings & Wheels festival 2019: Enthusiasts to the event can take advantage of a fantastic viewing area to see the planes (image from a previous year's event)
Wings & Wheels festival 2019: Enthusiasts to the event can take advantage of a fantastic viewing area to see the planes (image from a previous year's event)

Stalls include markets and crafts and a ukulele orchestra will be entertaining.

Dogs are welcome at the event but must be on a lead.

Money will be raised for the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance on the day, with landing fees from visiting pilots donated to the charity.

Wings & Wheels festival 2019: Both modern and vintage vehicles will be on display (image from a previous year's event)
Wings & Wheels festival 2019: Both modern and vintage vehicles will be on display (image from a previous year's event)

Collection buckets will be dotted around the airfield for people wishing to make a donation.

Gates open to the public at 10am for the event. Tickets cost £5 and under 12s go free. Parking is free. More at: www.fenlandwingsandwheels.co.uk

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