Acle RBL members learn story of RAF Langham
A contingent from the Acle Branch of the Royal British Legion attended RAF Langham Dome's Heritage Day to help celebrate its three successful years as North Norfolk's iconic and newest military attraction.
It learned the story of RAF Langham as a WW2 Coastal Command unit and the technology for the ground to air weapons anti-aircraft gunnery training facility based there in WW2 and the Cold War.
The trip, on Saturday, June 3, between 11am and 4pm, was organised by the Acle Branch chairman, Tony Hartley who is planning even more out visits to stimulate the interests of the growing membership.
Pictured, from left: Mark Lockwood, John Bleaden with Milly, Don Edwards, Don Wilkins and Roy Landry. Picture: John Kenny