Sponsors needed for flying display

PUBLISHED: 12:23 27 April 2006 | UPDATED: 14:40 12 May 2010

THE annual air show at Little Gransden is looking for sponsorship to meet the costs of this year s event. The show will be raising cash for the BBC Children in Need appeal. Organisers have been told that, as last year, there will be an appearance during t

THE annual air show at Little Gransden is looking for sponsorship to meet the costs of this year's event.

The show will be raising cash for the BBC Children in Need appeal.

Organisers have been told that, as last year, there will be an appearance during the show of a Lancaster bomber, along with other flying displays.

Organiser Dave Poile said: "With a zero budget we need financial support, and the more support we get the more we are able to donate to charity."

He is looking for companies to sponsor the display by the Lancaster or those planned involving a privately-owned Spitfire and a Mustang.

The event will be held on Sunday, August 27 and include, as usual, a car show as well as the air displays.

- For details visit the website at www.littlegransdenshow.co.uk or call David Poile on 07730 091132 or e-mail d.poile@btinternet.com

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