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Family Day Sunday 20th May

Chilly weather on the day was seen as a significant factor in causing what was a surprisingly low attendance. However, it was clear that those who braved the elements enjoyed the occasion, with the newly introduced Battle of Britain target shooting and Lancaster bombing challenge proving major attractions. The valuable help of Air Training Corps cadets from Chichester, Shoreham and Storrington across a wide variety of activities was particularly appreciated and we look forward to seeing them again at future events.

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