Mrs Giddings, Betty Terry’s mother, worked at St Julian’s farm for the Muir family. Betty remembers hunting for mushrooms there. She also remembers an airfield behind the farm where you could get a flight for 10 shillings. More information has come to light about the airfield from the Muir family. The flying was run by Sir Alan Cobham. He used to run these flights all over the country at any aerodrome and his venture was known as ‘Cobham’s Flying Circus’.
Interview date: 20 May 2010. Interviewer: Sandy Norman.