Four charities were celebrating an early Christmas present this week as Wings & Wheels distributed £80,000 raised by the one day airshow last August.

Wings & Wheels Becomes Two-Day Show

Wednesday, 09 December 2009
Following the success of 2009, Wings & Wheels is set to return bigger and better in 2010 with the show spreading its wings and becoming an exciting 2-day extravaganza.
Dunsfold Park was delighted to bear witness to the Vimy's final flight as it departed for the last time from the aerodrome before taking up permanent residents at Brooklands Museum in Weybridge.

Crowds gathered to film and photograph the historic flight, including owner of the aerodrome Jim McAllister who comments:
Following a report by the Association of Train Operating companies which lists Cranleigh as a prime contender for the re-opening of the former railway line, Jim McAllister, Chief Executive of Dunsfold Park comments:
Following Dunsfold Park's successful Judicial Review of the decision to refuse outdoor filming at the aerodrome, Jamie McAllister, Development Executive, comments on new plans submitted this week:

Transport Issues Addressed

Sunday, 05 July 2009
The increasing affects of Climate Change dictate that we all need to see a change in driver behaviour so that we drive fewer miles, and for driving which is unavoidable, to have a reduced carbon impact and indeed a reduced impact on local roads.
TMO Renewables Ltd, a leading developer of a new process for converting biomass into fuel ethanol, is pleased to announce that it has successfully completed the first year of operation of its process demonstration unit (PDU), the first cellulosic ethanol demonstration plant in the UK. 
The 2009 Wings & Wheels success story continues with the announcement today that some £80,000 will be distributed to nominated charities Help for Heroes, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance, Cranleigh Village Hospital Trust and Brooklands Museum Trust.
Friends of the Earth has condemned the decision to refuse planning permission for an eco-development at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey.
Commenting on the Secretary of State’s decision to refuse permission for an eco village at Dunsfold Aerodrome,  Jim McAllister, Chief Executive of Dunsfold Park Ltd said,

“The decision by the Secretary of State to refuse the Master Plan proposals for a new Eco village at Dunsfold Aerodrome is both disappointing and confusing and places question marks over the Government’s commitment to Climate Change.