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Posted on: 13 June 2016

Yeovilton Air Day 2nd July 2016 - 9am-5pm
Yeovilton Air Day 2nd July 2016 - 9am-5pm
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The Editors

Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, Somerset will open its gates on Saturday 2nd July for the Royal Navy's premier airshow. The RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day, one of the Southwest's largest one day events, will offer an action-packed day out for all the family with thrilling flying displays and plenty to see and do on the ground. Whether you're a wide-eyed first timer or a seasoned air show veteran, be prepared for an amazing experience!

The award-winning airshow attracts over 35,000 visitors, significant UK/Foreign military participation and support from the world's leading aerospace companies. Over five hours of spectacular flying displays will include fast jets, historic warbirds, helicopters, formation display teams, aerobatics and will culminate with the world renowned Commando Assault Finale featuring troops, aircraft and pyrotechnics galore!

Throughout the day, families will also have the chance to enjoy plenty of ground entertainment including discounted entry to the Fleet Air Arm Museum, interactive military displays, Royal Marines Band, classic and military vehicle exhibitions, funfair, simulators, helicopter pleasure flights, trade stalls and much more.

If you're looking for something extra from your Air Day experience then we have plenty of options for you to consider including, hospitality packages, grandstand seating, helicopter pleasure flights and the Arrivals Day.

All the latest news and full event information will be available here as planning progresses.

Posted on: 05 May 2016

Martin Creed at Hauser & Wirth
Martin Creed at Hauser & Wirth
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The Editors

You find yourself here in this world with feelings and thoughts. It’s difficult to accept what you find you do. But if you can it seems to help.’ – Martin Creed

The exhibition will have everything in it: it will present a new body of work that includes paintings, films, drawings, sculpture, music, spoken word and performance, many of which will be created in-situ throughout the five gallery spaces. Creed’s all-encompassing approach blurs the distinction between art and life, the introspective and the extrovert.