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Wings and Wheels soars at Dunsfold Park

PUBLISHED: 01:21 31 August 2011 | UPDATED: 18:23 20 February 2013

The Red Arrows wow the crowds with a spectacular routine

The Red Arrows wow the crowds with a spectacular routine

More than 32,000 people descended on Dunsfold Park for Wings & Wheels' first year as a two day event.

Wings and Wheels 2011


Photos: Pete Gardner / www.picturespread.net


Held annually at Dunsfold Park, the home of Top Gear, Wings & Wheels takes place over two days of action packed air and motoring displays on the August bank holiday...


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Wings and Wheels 2010


Photos: Pete Gardner / www.picturespread.net


More than 32,000 people descended on Dunsfold Park for Wings & Wheels first year as a two day event.


The air and motoring show, held on Sunday August 29 and Monday August 30, saw the triumphant return of the Harrier to the aerodrome near Cranleigh, 50 years since the first vertical take-off took place there.


Among other aerial highlights, the RAF entertained with a fantastic array of displays led by the Red Arrows.


Meanwhile, the wheels side of proceedings was masterminded by Brooklands Museum and demonstrated the power and speed of a number of iconic cars, including the famous Napier-Railton, up and down the runway.


Wings and Wheels is Dunsfold Parks biggest annual fundraiser and Help for Heroes was one of the main beneficiaries of this years event, along with Brooklands Museum, Cranleigh Village Hospital Trust and the Surrey Air Ambulance.

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