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Hornton History Group’s next talk sounds fascinating: it’s the daring-do story of one World War 2 aircraft nicknamed Sugar.
Sugar was a Lancaster bomber that flew more than 130 missions before being sent to an RAF base and plundered for spares. But crewman Ted Willougby was determined to restore her and finally did so, with the help of son Martin who will tell HHG all about it on the evening of October 11th. The talk starts in the pavilion at 7.30pm and tickets cost just £5 each on the door, so please put that date in your diaries now!