'Shoreham Aerodrome, The Story of the Oldest
Flying Ground on the South Coast'
This much requested video is now available to buy. The video depicts the history of Shoreham Airport using material collated in the Official Airport Archive. Photographs and original film footage has been used to create this excellent video along with many factual reports from people that have both served and flown from Shoreham during the fields 90 year history.
Most of the still shots have been the creation of Ken Morse BSC, the rostrum cameraman who is normally producing photographic material for companies within the BBC league. The production of the video has been a joint venture between The Archive, Shoreham Airport and John Payne of Cinemedia, the producers of 'Silver Screen, Silent Voices' a video that features film-making at Bungalow Town and Shoreham Beach 1914 - 1923.
For further information on the video click here
To receive your copy of the video, either pop in to see us at the Visitor Centre or send a cheque for £ 11.95 (£ 9.99 + £ 2.00 UK postage and packing), payable to 'The Shoreham Airport Historical Association' - don't forget to include your name and address and send to:
'The Archive', Shoreham Airport, Shoreham-By-Sea,
West Sussex, BN43 5FF
Become a member of the 'Shoreham Airport Historical Association' and receive your copy.
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