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Castle Combe circuit under threat

Old 15th Apr 2005, 13:42
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Castle Combe circuit under threat

A little off the beaten track for this forum, however, I know many aviation enthusiasts are also fans of motorsport and of course the threat from the noise NIMBYs also affects airfields. And of course, Castle Combe is also a circuit based on the peri track of an old airfield.

Castle Combe in Wilts apparently has a couple of new neighbours (so I gather) that have decided that the noise of the circuit is too distracting for the poor dears.

An online petition is here:

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Old 21st Apr 2005, 21:22
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Petition signed and sent, many thanks for bringing it to our attention.
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Old 22nd Apr 2005, 06:34
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I was the 7,000 signatory. If you haven't experienced one of the driving days at Castle Combe you are missing a great experience. Go and do it.
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