Wallops Wheels & Wings 2022

Wallops Wheels & Wings 2022

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After a successful first event in 2021, Wallop Wheels and Wings returns with a bang!

This spectacular event will take place at the Army Flying Museum and the airfield at the Army Air Corps Centre at Middle Wallop, on Saturday 2nd July. This event will bring together 300 super and classic cars and bikes as well as 40 classic aircraft.

The military and civilian sites will also feature a whole range of other attractions including a kid's zone, military area, corporate village, live music, beer tent and a food court. 

Highlights of the aircraft from last year's event included 3 replica Spitfires, a Travel Air 4000 - which was first built in 1928, a Boeing E75, a Moth Major, and a Percival Mew Gull. So this year you can expect this event to be even bigger and better than before!

You can expect representatives from a number of Car Clubs in attendance including the Ferrari Owner’s Club, the Jaguar Owner’s Club, the Aston Martin Owner’s Club, the Porsche Club GB, the Austin Healey Club and many more.

A full programme of entertainment will run throughout the day, including competitions and flypasts.

Event organiser Anita Newcourt said: “We are really excited to be able to welcome everyone to the Wheels and Wings event, and the team here are working hard to make sure that it's going to be a great day out for families and enthusiasts alike. We have a few surprises lined up for the day and also entertainment for all ages. There are only a limited number of tickets available, so it will be a case of first come first served.”

Booking is essential and all tickets can be purchase via this link - https://armyflying.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/35101 Tickets cost from £10 per child and £17 per adult.

Please note- That this event is outside and there will be a number of Covid restrictions in place to ensure the health & safety of all visitors and those involved on the day.

For more information visit: www.armyflying.com/events

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