Iconic Lancaster Bombers to fly over Morecambe Bay
Published at 10:33, Tuesday, 26 August 2014
THOUSANDS are expected to gather to see two Lancaster Bombers fly together for the first time in 50 years over Morecambe Bay next month.
The iconic aircraft will take to the skies and perform a fly past as a ‘special salute’ to all the veterans of the Bomber command and on the ground Hemingway’s Vintage Festival by the Sea will be in full swing showcasing a range of vintage vehicles and celebrating all that is great about Britain.
This spectacular focal point is scheduled to take place on Sunday, September 7 at 3pm and is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see World War Two’s most recognizable British aircraft.
The Hemingway family’s Vintage By the Sea Festival, led by Wayne, Gerardine and Jack Hemingway, is returning to Morecambe for its second year and combines a mix of dancing, music, fashion, glamour, film, classic cars, delicious street food, creative workshops, kid’s activities, street theatre, a vintage fairground, vintage bus tours and an eclectic vintage and up-cycled market place to browse vintage treasures.
The weekend’s programme, beginning on September 6 will provide a free festival of entertainment for local residents and visitors to experience one of the most unique places to celebrate all things vintage.
Tickets for many of the events can be purchased by visiting the Vintage website www.vintagefestival.co.uk/events/vintage-by-the-sea or by calling The Midland Hotel in Morecambe on 08456 015478.
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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