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Little Gransden Charity Air & Show

Enjoy breathtaking flying displays and explore attractions like classic cars, craft stalls, fairground rides, live music, and more, all set in the beautiful countryside of Little Gransden. Since 1992, this event has grown significantly. Indulge in a variety of food and refreshments, from a licensed bar to sweets and doughnuts. Organized by volunteers, all proceeds support the BBC’s Children in Need and local children’s charities.

  • 25th August 2024 - 25th August 2024
  • 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

A Fantastic Family Day Out at Little Gransden Airfield!

Join us for an unforgettable day with something for everyone. Experience spectacular flying displays that will leave you in awe, and explore a variety of attractions on the ground, including classic cars, craft shows, fairground rides, live music, and much more, all set against the stunning backdrop of the beautiful open countryside at Little Gransden Airfield.

Since its humble beginnings in 1992 with just a few cars and a single flying act, our show has grown tremendously, becoming a much-anticipated annual event.

Indulge in a wide selection of food and refreshments, featuring a licensed bar, fish and chips, coffee, ice cream, barbecue, hog roast, sweets, and doughnuts. You won’t leave hungry or thirsty!

This event is organized by a dedicated team of unpaid volunteers, with all proceeds going to the BBC’s Children in Need appeal and various local children’s charities and organizations.

For more information and to book tickets, please visit our website.



  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Bar
  • Blue badge parking
  • Car Parking
  • wheelchair access

Accessibility Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Designated wheelchair public toilet
  • Staff available to assist
  • Wheel chair accessible

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