Flight over Norfolk’s coast up for grabs at flying group’s fundraiser

A plane about to take off at Felthorpe airfield. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A plane about to take off at Felthorpe airfield. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY


A flight over the Norfolk coastline and countryside is the star prize at an upcoming fundraising event to be held at Felthorpe airfield.

The site, which is north-east of Norwich off Taverham Road, will host a coffee morning on Saturday, April 28 from 10.30am at the Felthorpe Flying Group Clubhouse.

The event will feature a raffle with prizes including the flight, as well as a tombola, a wine and water stall, name-the-teddy competition and another contest where visitors will have to guess the weight of a cake. The airfield is home to more than 20 aircraft including biplanes, and many will be on display for the fundraiser, weather permitting.

There will also be slices of home-baked cake to buy.

The coffee morning is raising money for the MS Therapy Centre Norfolk, which supports people with neurological conditions.

Entry, which includes tea or coffee, is £2 for adults and 50p for children.

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