Increased noise from RAF training expected

People living in parts of Norfolk are being warned that there may be increased noise from RAF aircraft training in the area from Monday for two weeks. Bosses from RAF Marham have said that from then there will be increased aircraft activity, including night flying up to 9.

People living in parts of Norfolk are being warned that there may be increased noise from RAF aircraft training in the area from Monday for two weeks.

Bosses from RAF Marham have said that from then there will be increased aircraft activity, including night flying up to 9.15pm, in the Stanta Training Area, near Thetford, across to Sculthorpe Training Area, near Fakenham, including Watton Training area.

There will also be activity in the Muckleborough area, on the coast between Wells and Cromer.

It will include low flying and increased noise.


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A statement from RAF Marham said the training was to prepare personnel for future operational duties.

It is due to end on Friday, January 23.

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