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Wings and Wheels spectacular

PUBLISHED: 09:00 23 April 2010 | UPDATED: 09:36 01 August 2010

VETERAN aircrafts, classic cars, bikes and horse-drawn vehicles will all be on display during next month's Wings and Wheels spectacular at Henham Park.

VETERAN aircrafts, classic cars, bikes and horse-drawn vehicles will all be on display during next month's Wings and Wheels spectacular at Henham Park.

The estate will once more turn into one of the busiest airstrips in the country with the return of the popular Breitling Watches wing walkers as well as the Swift Display Team.

There is also hope of a visit from the Vintage Piper Aircraft Club, with displays from wartime spotter planes to a 1964 Piper Trispace.

Alongside the planes, more than 500 vintage and classic vehicles can be marvelled at.

The two big attractions in the main ring will be performances by the Medieval Combat Society and the Wacky Tumblairs Trampoline Act.

The Medieval Combat Society is a stunning display of a chivalric foot tournament from the 14th century, as knights battle each other using authentic metal armour and weapons, reproduced from the reign of King Edward III.

The Wacky Tumbliars provide knockabout comedy, trampoline stunts, zany spinning plates, musical and magical clowning and stilt walking.

A model train ride, steering a model boat and donkey rides are just some of the other attractions, alongside a craft marquee and trade stalls.

The event is organised by the Halesworth Lions, with kind permission of the Earl of Stradbroke. All profits go to charity.

The gates open at 10am. Entrance fee is £5 for adults and £2.50 for children between the ages of five and 14. Children under five are free.

Once again the Caravan Club will hold a three-day rally during the event. If you would like more information, email janet.goddard@sky.com

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