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On Wednesday 8 March Simon Hargeaves will talk on “Aircraft I have flown.” There will be a committee meeting in the morning.

18 February Sorry the web site has not been up to date due to illness and problems with the web server. Richard Cannon Webmaster.

On Wednesday 21st September there was an extremely interesting visit to North Weald Heritage Aviation  https://www.facebook.com/NorthWealdHeritageAviation/. Even a P51 Mustang and a Hawker Fury were flown for us; photos.


25 August Newsletter 45 (Spring) PDF is available online.


On 13 July Gr Capt Cab Townsend gave a very interesting talk on the UK F35B Lightning; Photos.



Association Ties are available at a cost of £7.50. Details

 

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Canbury Park Road Factory


Kingston Aviation Centenary Project (KACP)

The website continues to be updated with very interesting weekly stories of Sopwith 100 years ago, Hawker People stories and photos added to the gallery.

Brooklands Museum

The museum needs volunteers; could you spend a few hours a week helping out… More

    

Sadly we have been told Paul Wilson has died.


Sadly on Tuesday 14th February 2017 at the age of 93 Roy Adolphus, former Production Director, passed away in Kingston Hospital. A Family private service of cremation will be held at Woking Crematorium on Monday 6th March at 14:45. Leslie Palmer


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Most of the talks given to the Association are videoed by Richard Cannon. If you missed a talk many are available as a video DVD; the List also gives links to the newsletter stories of talks.


For Hawk enthusiasts - The Aviation Historian issue 11, published on April 15th, contains a 14 page feature on the Air Force of Zimbabwe's use of the Hawk in the Second Congo War during 1998–99. Details of what was called "the Hawk's finest hour" have only slowly emerged over the last 15 years.

Are you a Member ? If you have worked for Hawkers or a successor company, or have an interest in Hawkers, you are probably eligible to join. Check the list of qualifying companies. The subscription for 2013 is only £5. Membership Application form; PDF Document (3kb)