14th April 2015 More tremendous news! Elizabeth Halls will be bringing her Singer Le Mans CHU 944 to Pre-War Prescott again this year – as part of her ‘Where They Served’ airfield tour in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund and in memory of her night fighter father who owned and cherished an identical Le Mans during the war. Last year, I think we gathered six Le Mans to support Elizabeth who is now about to commence her commemorative tour of all 59 airfields up and down the country that her father landed at during the war. The actual Tiger Moth in which her father learned to fly will be displaying for us during the lunch break. It was scheduled to join us last year, but the Biblical tempest kept it tightly in its hangar – we have booked sunny skies for this year!
We therefore we cordially invite all Singer owners to join Elizabeth at Prescott, and of course we will park you all together in the Paddock once more. Elizabeth’s ‘Where They Served’ tour website may be found at www.wheretheyserved.com.
Today we received eight more entries and passed the 200 mark for booked climbs – so we’re half way to being fully booked. If YOU have not booked yet, NOW is the time to do so if you want to blast up the hill!