Headcorn Aeodrome (Lashenden) has a fascinating history, including a role in First World War training and then as a base for the Canadian Air Force from 1943.
More recently the airfield has developed a range of leisure and pleasure flying activities for everyone to enjoy. This includes parachuting, hot air ballooning and experience flights.
On 22nd June 2014 Lashenden launched a new venture, providing a fantastic trio of experience flights, in a Tiger Moth, Harvard and Spitfire.
For full details of all the activities follow the links to the Headcorn Aerodrome website.
Lashenden Air Warfare Museum is based at the Aerodrome and is a must-see for visitors to Headcorn.
Packed with exhibits from the second-world war it offers a fascinating insight into aviation history.
Spitfire available for a flight experience!
Harvard available for a flight experience!
Tiger Moth available for a flight experience!
A beautiful sight over Headcorn
Fabulous vintage aircraft flying club, where you can have trial flights and pilots can learn aerobatics and formation flying.
The Tiger Club have provided spectacular displays and organise Remembrance Day 'Poppy Drops' in Headcorn village, as these photos show - taken on 9th November 2014.
Remembrance Day - Tiger Club Poppy Drop Headcorn High Street. 9th Nov 2014.
Read about volunteering and the expansion plans at Headcorn Aerodrome:
© Jane Armstrong 2013
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