Free – Saturday 15th August 2015

Herne Bay Seafront from 10am
Display times approx 1pm – 5pm
Music event  from approx 5pm

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A DRONE NO FLY ZONE AIR SHOW

Digital Souvenir Programme

Download today!

Download our digital souvenir guide, it costs £5, which helps us put the event on. Enjoy the digital version with the full event guide, all-important aircraft timings, plus much more.


Take a look at what’s in the sky so far…

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Vampire, Gnat Display Team and Lancaster will not be displaying.

Full flying times available in the optional souvenir programme,
available online or on the day.

…and on the ground attractions!

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Sponsored by Canterbury City Council

The War and Peace Battle of Britain Experience commemorates the extraordinary lives of those who braved this infamous 16-week battle during the summer and autumn of 1940. It is an incredible means to not only learn about this crucial event, but also understand its significance in the context of WW2 itself and ensure the brave men and women involved are never forgotten.

Screenshot 2015-03-11 19.25.42With three full size replica aircraft: a Spitfire, Hurricane and Me 109, aircraft that played a quintessential part in the battle for air supremacy during The Battle of Britain, along with an educational Exhibition trailer, displayed along Herne Bay seafront, young and old alike can enjoy and learn from the experience.

Stalls, stands and information booths

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  • The Red Arrows ground support team know as The Blues!
  • Official Red Arrows merchandise outlet

The Amy Johnson & Herne Bay Project

On 5 January 1941, British record breaking aviatrix Amy Johnson died serving her country off the shores of Herne Bay, Kent, England.

  • Past – celebrating and remembering the life and achievements of one of Britain’s greatest female pilots and keeping that memory alive
  • Present – the search for the wreckage of Amy Johnson’s plane
  • Future – inspiring the next generation to consider a career in aviation and engineering, to follow their dreams and “believe nothing to  be impossible” (Amy Johnson, 1936).

Click here to learn more about the Amy Johnson & Herne Bay Project.



“believe nothing to  be impossible” (Amy Johnson, 1936).

Our Sponsors

With special thanks to The Friends of Herne Bay Clock Tower, The Activity Box, Bay Taxis, Heron Angling Club, The Victoria Hotel, Dave Jordan and everyone who has donated towards the Red Arrows.


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