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The RAF's Red Arrows aerobactic team burst into the sky above Newcastle Airport with Featured 00384 Image

The RAF's Red Arrows aerobactic team burst into the sky above Newcastle Airport with

The RAF's Red Arrows aerobactic team burst into the sky above Newcastle Airport with an off the cuff demonsration of their terrifying skills.
They raced across the airport, skimming the ground, with a dense cloud trailing behind then, then burst into a starshell flying up unto the air in every direction.
All this after a 350 mile flight from their base in Kent, which the team's 10 Folland Gnat jets devoured in a quick, 38-minute trip.
The team was in Newcastle to announce the start of the year's season of displays. Eighty-five displays were planned, including their 500th since the squadron was formed in 1965.
After refuelling at the airport, the Red Arrows gave their show, then raced off again.
They were due to return in the summer for displays at Newcastle, Sunderland and Teesside.
16/04/1970

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Mr Bill Adams, duty officer at Newcastle Airport, greats Squadron Leader Dennis Hazell Featured 00384 Image

Mr Bill Adams, duty officer at Newcastle Airport, greats Squadron Leader Dennis Hazell

Mr Bill Adams, duty officer at Newcastle Airport, greats Squadron Leader Dennis Hazell.
The RAF's Red Arrows aerobactic team burst into the sky above Newcastle Airport with an off the cuff demonsration of their terrifying skills.
They raced across the airport, skimming the ground, with a dense cloud trailing behind then, then burst into a starshell flying up unto the air in every direction.
All this after a 350 mile flight from their base in Kent, which the team's 10 Folland Gnat jets devoured in a quick, 38-minute trip.
The team was in Newcastle to announce the start of the year's season of displays. Eighty-five displays were planned, including their 500th since the squadron was formed in 1965.
After refuelling at the airport, the Red Arrows gave their show, then raced off again.
They were due to return in the summer for displays at Newcastle, Sunderland and Teesside.
16/04/1970

© Mirrorpix

What better birthday present than a cuddle from pop star David Essex Featured 00384 Image

What better birthday present than a cuddle from pop star David Essex

What better birthday present than a cuddle from pop star David Essex. That was the surprise treat arranged for a Coventry fan by her friends and workmates yesterday. They worked frantically all day to arrange for Denise Cave to meet her idol back-stage at the Apollo Theatre, Coventry, before the pop star's show. She had been given a front seat ticket for the show as a present for her 23rd birthday but then could not go because it clashed with another important event arranged without her knowledge. So her friends Maureen Dix and Alison Bayliss decided to do something about it and the special meeting was fixed up by "Coventry Evening Telegraph" entertainments editor Peter McGarry. After meeting David, she went on to the Plough pub in London road, Coventry where she was again the centre of attention. Denise was a leading light in raising £1,600 for the city's Enterprise Club for the disabled and last night took part in a special presentation to the club of which she is a member. And her verdict on yesterday's meeting: "It's the best birthday present I've ever had," she said. "But he's really skinny."
15th September 1981

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