The first Clacton Airshow took place in the summer of 1991 and has now become a major attraction in Eastern England. 2016 will see the 25th anniversary of this show
Over a two day period this year, from 27th to 28th of August, spectators watched aerobatics, stunts and flying displays from military, civilian and historic aircraft. These included the last ever flight of the powerful Vulcan bomber, a Battle of Britain memorial flight, an American ‘Flying Fortress’ (the Sally B) and of course the ever popular RAF Red Arrows.
More information about the airshow can be found here.
Some photos from the event by Richard and Edward Taylor are here.