Great historical walk around RAF Lichfield – this afternoon

RAF Lichfield

Fradley was a large airfield north of Lichfield, and a surprising amount still remains. Image by Steve Lightfoot.

If you’re quick, there’s going to be another great event staged this afternoon by Lichfield Discovered, a side project of Kate Cardigan from the wonderful Lichfield Lore – this time, it’s a walk around the site and remains of the old RAF Lichfield base near Fradley – it’s led by the wonderful Steve Lightfoot, so is bound to be entertaining, informative and fun!

The walk meets up and kicks off at The White Swan, Fradley Junction, at 2pm, today, Sunday 3rd July 2016.

Apologies for the short notice, but Madam Cardigan forgot to tell me!

Remember, these events are free (but donations are welcome!) What’s not to love?

RAF Lichfield 2

Fradley was a large base, as this map plaque shows. Image of and by Steve Lightfoot…

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1 Response to Great historical walk around RAF Lichfield – this afternoon

  1. captainocd says:

    As a lad, we used to collect spent bullets from the sand in the firing range at Fradley Aerodrome!

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