Flight talk in Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 18:30 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:40 18 February 2013

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How many times have you driven into Chard and seen the sign that says the home of the first powered flight?

If so, then you could go along to a tlak by David Ricketts, of Chard Museum, who will give a talk entitled Chard - The first powered flight and other history.

The talk, organised by the Lyme Regis Society jointly with Lyme Regis Museum, is being given at Woodmead Hall on Tuesday, Febraury 26, at 2.30pm. Entrance costs £1.50 which includes refreshments.

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