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Howard-Wright biplane brought to South Fambridge airfield
Prince Henry opening A127 - the first road in Britain built for motorised vehicles
HMS Beagle - sketch by Graham Larwood
Final version of Completed Tapestry Panel
Completed Tapestry Drawing by Sally Chinea, with sketch input from Graham Larwood; photo by Mike Payne
Completed Tapestry Panel; photo by Drew Gardner

Air, Land & Sea

1820-2020

Another timeline panel, this time in 3 horizontal tiers covering Air, Land and Sea events.

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Historical Summary

Utilising three horizontal ‘timeline’ rows, one each for air, land and sea, this tapestry panel looks at activities from across the District between the years 1820 and 2020, including two national “firsts” - the very first airfield in Britain and the first purpose-built main road for motor vehicles.

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Where to view this panel

Ashingdon Elim Pentecostal Church, Corner of Clifton Road

535 Ashingdon Road

Ashingdon, Rochford

SS4 3HE

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