For my schedules, please click on the blue links below. Updated 6th August 2015.




Please note: inevitably things change en route. If you are planning to meet me anywhere on the tour, it’s best to check with me beforehand – you can send a comment on my blog page.  Sorry, I’ve removed my email address and phone number because it has already been abused.
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16 responses to “Schedule

  1. Anonymous

    Hello Elizabeth. Are the dates for the Oxford group confirmed as the schedule? All the best for your last leg! Love from M


    • I have to apologise: the Oxford trip had to be brought forward a week to fit in with Brize Norton and I had a difficult job organising all those airfields and my accommodation in between the previous two trips. In the frantic activity I forgot to update the schedule on here. I visited my last airfield, RAF Brize Norton, on Saturday 5th and have therefore just finished my Where They Served tour. Just coming to terms with the fact!


      • Anonymous

        Please don’t apologise – I should have realised that was the case from your blog on Sunday – bit of an uncoordinated moment there. Sorry to have missed you but reading your travel tales has been inspirational. Thank you – an absolutely brilliant job.

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  4. Wendy Fraser

    What time does your talk start at Manston?


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  8. Dinah

    Hope to be around to support in Norfolk.
    What & where is Meet BJW’s Tiger Moth on July 6-7?
    Love Dinah


    • That would be great, Dinah. BJW’s Tiger Moth belongs to an aviator in Suffolk, and is one of the very planes in which Dad learned to fly in 1940 – it’s listed in his log book. The plane is still airworthy and spent much of its life working for the Royal Navy; in fact it was the last biplane to land on an aircraft carrier. I was hoping to meet the plane and its owner at Pre-War Prescott classic car event earlier this year, but high winds and thunderstorms put paid to that. I am hoping that we can meet up next year instead – the dates are still to be confirmed. For more on the Tiger Moth, including a recent photograph see:


  9. Christopher & Angela Wild

    Hi Elizabeth. We will do our best to support your tour in this area. Chris and Angela.


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