RAF Harrowbeer is a former WWII Fighter Airfield at Yelverton, Devon. Our main website is www.rafharrowbeer.co.uk where you can learn all about the Airfield's history.
The 2015 1940s Weekend will be organised by the RAF Harrowbeer Interest Group and will take place over the weekend of the 15th & 16th August 2015 (from 10am to 5pm daily) on land around the restored Dispersal Bay, at Axtown, Yelverton.
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We are pleased to announce that the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight have offered us a flying display by their Douglas Dakota aircraft on BOTH the Saturday & Sunday. This will be dependent on final confirmation but for now, we need to raise £2,100 to be able to make this happen. As our event is completely free to attend, we rely on donations from visitors to pay for boring things like toilets, insurance, road closures, tentage, sound systems etc. The 2014 event covered these costs so now we need to raise money for next year's event.
Please see the Dakota Appeal page to see how you can help make this happen!
Further information about the event will appear in due course and details will be found under the headings on the left.
Our companion site with lots of information on RAF Harrowbeer and its history can be found on www.rafharrowbeer.co.uk
Website last updated 16th May 2015
Bookings for the opportunity to enjoy this year's 'Spitfire Experience' have no opened. Go to the Spitfire Experience page for all the details on how to get the chance climb into a Spitfire cockpit and start up a 27litre Merlin engine.
The BBMF have confirmed they will be able to bring their Douglas Dakota to RAF Harrowbeer for a flying display on the Saturday & Sunday of our event!
We now need to raise over £2,000 to have this happen. Go to the Dakota Appeal page to find out how YOU can help.
Game & Computer will be returning with their Airfix kit building stand. A chance to buy and build a kit in an afternoon!
Tavistock Ring & Ride will be providing the guided Airfield Tour Bus again.
The Robey Trust have said they will also take part again giving visitors the chance to ride around the Airfield behind a steam engine.