If you loved the Great Yarmouth Air Show here is how you can still support it

The Haven Gt Yarmouth 2018 Air Show.
Tigers Army Parachute display team.
Picture: Nick Butcher

The Haven Gt Yarmouth 2018 Air Show. Tigers Army Parachute display team. Picture: Nick Butcher

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The organisers of the Great Yarmouth Air Show are asking people to make donations to help cover the event and support plans to bring it back next year.

Greater Yarmouth Tourism and Business Improvement Area has set up a donation website, with people able to donate between £2 and £50.

The site says: “Did you enjoy the inaugural Haven Great Yarmouth Air Show? Would you like to see it return? In response to a large number of requests received during and after the air show on how people could contribute to covering the cost of this fabulous event, we have set up this page to receive donations.

“100pc of your donation will go towards covering the cost of this year’s show.”


To donate by post, send a cheque made payable to ‘GYTABIA’ to Great Yarmouth Air Show Donations, Greater Yarmouth Tourism and Improvement Area Ltd, Maritime House, 25 Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2EN. Enclose your name and address.

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