Thank you to everyone who came out to help us celebrate Halloween at Muntham House School, Barns Green. Although this was only three days we had a great turn out, and nearly ran out of room!
Muntham House School looked fantastic on the autumnal sunshine, and it allowed us to sit outstayed and catch some rays while catching up with friends.
The Saturday Night party, hosted an American Supper with oodles of tasty treats, excellent costumes, spooky games, carved pumpkins and a bit of a boogie! From the comments on our Facebook page, everyone had a great time, and we (especially Julie who has been trying to get a Halloween meet together for some time!) want to say thank you to all of you who came along!
As this was the last of our meets this year, the Committee would also like to say thank you to everyone who has come away with us this year, weather it be virtually every meet or just one night. Keep an eye out for our end of year celebrations and next years camping dates to put in your diary!
Please find below links to the 2017 Southern Region Dinner Dance. Note that this year there is one route for booking, so please look at the attached files and book in if you want to boogie the night away!
2017 Dinner Dance Menu
2017 Dinner Dance Poster
It is with a heavy heart that we bring you news that Richard Belchamber passed away at Worthing Hospital on 21st April, aged 79.
Service to take place at St Mary’s Church Clymping on Thursday 11th May at 12.30pm.Followed by a family only committal at Worthing Crematorium.
Family flowers only but donations if desired to go to either RNLI or PARKINSON UK. c/o Dillistone, 3a Arundel Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex. BN17 7BY.Family respectfully request that no dark colours to be worn.
The above Published in Worthing Herald on May 4, 2017
Some older members will remember Richard with affection. He held many different posts on WSDA committee and served the Southern region council for many years including as Region Chairman.
The weather almost held for the whole meet, and the campers enjoyed studying the aircraft in this ever popular meet.
GATWICK AVIATION MUSEUM
Lowfield Heath Road
This Aviation Museum has a unique collection of British aircraft from the “golden age” of British aircraft manufacture. From the end of WWII until the 1970’s British aircraft designers produced some of the most innovative and advanced aircraft of the day. From post war to cold war, this museum clearly shows that timeline in aviation terms.
Amongst the list are classic names, Avro, Hawker, Gloster, De Havilland, English Electric, Blackburn, Percival.
More information can be found here.