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Caithness at War - AA810's last base




SPITFIRE AA810 JOINS CAITHNESS VOLUNTARY GROUP FOR OPENING OF CAITHNESS AT WAR TRAIL.


The Spitfire AA810 project was delighted to be a part of the unveiling of the Caithness at War trail at Wick Airport on Saturday 20th April 2024. The trail consists of 46 panels installed around Wick and Sinclair's Bay which guide visitors around the local wartime sites of special interest, as well as providing additional information about the activities of both civilians and the military in the area during the Second World War.


Shortly after the opening ceremony, Onor Crummay from the Spitfire AA810 project unveiled a limited edition print in the Airport terminal depicting Spitfire AA810 which took its last flight from the airport in March 1942.


The event was featured on the evening BBC news in Gaelic, an English subtitled version can be watched on our YouTube channel here.


For more information on the trail, please visit the website here.

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