Lynn Air Cadets paint model Tornado ahead of arts trail

Group of King's Lynn's Air Cadets pictured with Flt Pauline Petch and King's Lynn Town Mayor Colin Manning. Prepares to paint one of the Tornado models for this years arts trail. ANL-160605-120152009
Group of King's Lynn's Air Cadets pictured with Flt Pauline Petch and King's Lynn Town Mayor Colin Manning. Prepares to paint one of the Tornado models for this years arts trail. ANL-160605-120152009

Lynn Air Cadets started the ball rolling for this year’s arts trail by painting one of the model Tornado aircarft which will be used in the display.

Following on from last year’s successful and very popular Spitfire trail, the Tornado trail will celebrate Lynn’s historic centre and celebrate RAF Marham’s 100th anniversary.

Each model for the Tornado trail, which will be launched on June 2, is being sponsored by local businesses, organisations and individuals.

Councillor Elizabeth Nockolds said: “RAF Marham has a special connection with the borough and we’re delighted that this very popular trail is returning in a new form as part of their centenary celebrations.”To find out more about sponsoring one of the model Tornado’s for the trail, contact Flight Lieutenant Petch at: pauline.petch1985@gmail.com or by calling 07751899118. Lynn’s Air Cadets pictured with Flight Lieutenant Pauline Petch and West Norfolk Mayor Colin Manning as they prepare to paint one of the Tornado models for this year’s arts trail. mlnf16mf05008