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Lancaster Bomber to fly over Beverley on Sunday

As part of the Armed Forces Day celebrations on Sunday July 7th, weather-permitting, you will be able to hear and see one of the most iconic sites ever. Only 2 Lancaster Bombers remain flying  - the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight has one and it will be gracing our skies at around 10 minutes to 3. Set your watches and get your cameras at the ready!

(Picture from Pixabay)

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