5th Tuesday - Biggin Hill visit

Tue, Apr 30th 2024 at 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm

We will meet at The Hub at 12.30pm
Bring £10 per head in CASH to pay for the tour of the Heritage Hanger
Tea at Landing must be pre-ordered – Menu will be forwarded to you, soonish! We will pay this direct, individually.

We are getting much closer to our Tour of Biggin Hill, including a visit to the Heritage Hanger and tea afterwards at The Landing.

 Our tour will start at 12.30pm at "The Hub".   Where is the "The Hub"?

 “The Hub” is the last building on the left in Churchill Way at 707 Churchill Way, Biggin Hill, TN16 3BN .  “There is limited car parking in front of The Hub, but there is more parking in the crescent shaped parking area just before The Hub on the right.” 

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 "The Hub is a refurbished building which is lovely to start the tours from.  We can start with tea/coffee and biscuits.  It is on Churchill Way which is off the roundabout where the lookout café and the Landing Hotel is situated.

 There will be a £10 charge per person (in cash – we have found that easiest ) to the Heritage Hangar for a 30/45 mins tour."

 For afternoon tea at The Landing, we will need to pre-order.  Paid for on the day individually.   

 We have asked for a “menu” for tea at The Landing so that we can pre-order.  I will forward this to you when it becomes available.

 As we are slightly oversubscribed we will make contact with those later bookers and look for a couple of volunteers to drop out.

 If you have queries please contact me.

 Best wishes



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