Welcome to the Lydeway Field website - a simple repository for airfield information and related items of interest.  Please email any comments or suggestions to LydewayField@gmail.com 

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The Airfield .....
Lydeway Field was started back in 2001 when I was looking to purchase a field near to my home to use as an airstrip for the Europa I had just finished building. The field has an east-west orientation and is on flat ground. It is just north of a railway line which is parallel to the strip aiding identification. The 800m prepared strip is smoother than many of the grass airfields around. At present there are 5 aircraft based on the strip, a Vans RV8, an ARV Super 2, a Cessna C182, an Icarus C42 and a Europa. PPR is essential for first time visitors and subsequently when there is any doubt about surface or weather conditions. The strip is in a conservation area so we need to minimise our noise imprint and be mindful of our neighbours. Please give a wide berth to the red areas and avoid overflying the yellow areas on the arrival/departure map. The field has no hangarage for visiting aircraft but we have a clubhouse so now we can offer tea/coffee to visitors.





Lydeway Blog
March 2011   Ian takes a Breezer under his wing!
Dec 2010 ...... Couldn't resist "borrowing" this one from Ian's Blog!
2 Oct 2010 ...... Good flight in G-YARV back to Boscombe today to put her undercover.  Thanks to Carl Harris for the ride back in the Bustard Club's T67 accompanied by Cedric Nash in his Wittman Tailwind.
29 June 2010 ...... Enjoyed a good flyout today to Shuttleworth organised by ROF (Retired Old 'arts).  The collection is magnificent, lunch was good and the ROFs were on good form. Tony's view over Nigel's shoulder on finals returning to R/W 28 .........
25 June 2010 ..... Ian Seager brought in the Technan P2006T for a photo-shoot ....
.... and Ian Quinn's very well preserved C180 made a visit too