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Eastern Counties Aeroplane Club

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[1]Eastern Counties Aeroplane Club

Founded: 1931.

President: Sir Courtenay Warner, Bt.

Membership: 160.

Aircraft: Two Redwings.

Aerodromes: Municipal Aerodrome, Ipswich; Blue Barns Aerodrome, Colchester.

Railway Stations: Ipswich and Ardleigh, Colchester.

Instructors: J. Goodyear, J. P. Kirton.

Hon. Secretary: F. H. Jolly.

Address: Municipal Aerodrome, Ipswich, Suffolk.

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  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation