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RAF Brize Norton has written expressing concern that increasing recreational use of small unmanned aircraft (drones) is putting regular, official flights at risk.
Sadly some trees which form Queen Mother’s clump have become a safety risk.
Travellers on this unauthorised encampment received notice to quit today. If you see anything suspicious, such as moving to another site nearby, please report it FAST
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