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Surrey Aero Club

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[1]Surrey Aero Club

Founded: 1930.

Membership: 60.

Aircraft: Four Redwings.

Aerodrome: Gatwick Aerodrome, Lowfield Heath, Surrey.

Railway Stations: Horley, two miles; Crawley, two miles; Three Bridges, 2 miles.

Accommodation: Bedrooms, lounge, club house, etc.

Instructors: N. M. S. Russell, L. F. Payne.

Hon. Secretary: H. E. S. Pritchett.

Address: Gatwick Aerodrome, Lowfield Heath, Surrey.

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  1. 1933 Who's Who in British Aviation