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Spitfire, Hurricane in flypast for fete.



TWO classic wartime planes will fly above a Warwickshire school as part of their annual summer fete.

It will be all eyes to the skies as Kineton Primary school welcomes the Battle of Britain Battle of Britain, in World War II, series of air battles between Great Britain and Germany, fought over Britain from Aug. to Oct., 1940. As a prelude to a planned invasion of England, Germany attacked British coastal defenses, radar stations, and shipping. On Aug.  Memorial Flight for a historic flypast fly·past  
n. Chiefly British
A flyover, as by military aircraft.

Noun 1. flypast - a flight at a low altitude (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the ground
fly-by, flyover
 by a Spitfire and Hurricane fighter just 500 feet above the school.

Up to four flypasts are expected of the historic fighters, which played such a major role in the Battle of Britain during the Second World War.

There will also be live music, quad bikes, archery and a bouncy castle at the summer extravaganza on Saturday, July 5.

The fete is being organised by Friends of Kineton Primary School to raise funds for a number of school projects including a new ITC ITC (Brit) n abbr (= Independent Television Commission) → Fernseh-Aufsichtsgremium

ITC n abbr (BRIT) (= Independent Television Commission) →
 suite. It will run from noon to 4pm; tickets are pounds 1.50 for adults and pounds 1 for children.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jun 24, 2008
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