The resident pilots and restoration team are happy to show guests the current lineup of aircraft and you'll also see occasional flight activity.Branscombe has plenty of wide open space with views of Devon countryside and distant sea views.After digging deeper, his shovel came up full of the copper-alloy coins.“They just spilled out all over the field,” he said. I had found one or two Roman coins before but never so many together.”The metal detectorist called in the experts and watched amazed as archaeologists discovered thousands more coins buried about a foot deep.Branscombe Airfield and Camping is four miles from Sidmouth, Seaton and Beer, on the edge of Branscombe village and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on Lyme Bay.The site has its own private airstrip, home to a range of vintage and classic aircraft including a Tiger Moth, a Stearman and a Waco.'To hold a fossil in your hand is to be offered the gift of time travel and a clue to the mysteries of life.“ This quote, attributed to ”TT“, is stitched into a sampler near the entrance to Seaton Jurassic,which opens its doors for the first time on Saturday 26 March.Ever since Unesco awarded World Heritage Site status to this 95-mile stretch of East Devon and Dorset coast, different places have competed to be its “Gateway”.
Dogs are not allowed in the on-site accommodations.
Doors open 6.30pm Performance 7.00pm (Certificate 12A) Running time 1hr 45 mins approx.
For those who want to bring their own picnic, doors open 6.30pm, no drinks please as there is a licensed bar.
Pecorama, Beer Devon An exhibition of varied and exciting photographic work from the Gill Elliott School of Creative Photography will be on display in our Station Gallery.
The exhibition will last from 10.00am until 5.00pm.