December 16, 2014

Dinner Menu for Saturday 20th December

Dinner Menu Saturday 20th December
 Soup of the Day with Crusty Roll
Filo Wrapped Prawns with Sweet Chilli Dressing
Ardennes Pate with Homemade Chutney
Main Course
Roast Leg of Lamb with Mint Sauce
Bacon and Brie Filled Chicken Breast with a Paprika Crumb
Warm Smoked Mackerel Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette
Roasted Vegetable filled Savoury Pancake
All the above served with Potatoes and Market Vegetables
Lemon Tart with Strawberry Coulis
Apple and Cinnamon Crumble
Cheese and Biscuit Selection
Please note there will be no restaurant dinner service on
Saturday 27th December

December 15, 2014

Lasham Panto 2014 - Over the Top!

December 03, 2014

New Year's Day Charity Run

This will be the seventh annual charity run and will be in aid of 'The Murray Parish Trust' raising funds for the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Southampton General Hospital.


The run will start at 11:00 am and the course is once around the airfield (approx 3 miles), children over the age of 10, sorry no dogs.  Entrance fee £5.00 (pay on the day).  Refreshments and bar. 

Car Park off The Avenue entrance


Organiser: Marjorie Hobby - for sponsorship forms


November 20, 2014

What a clever dog!

November 20, 2014

The plane that saved Britain - documentary about the Mosquito



November 12, 2014

Remembrance 2014

We remembered .....

November 04, 2014

All gone now ....

October 22, 2014

Goodbye old friend......

September 24, 2014

S&H Raid on Dunstable (or vice versa) many years ago

Recognise anyone?   I can see 1 x Wally Kahn trying to hide at the back!!

September 23, 2014



Lasham Airfield is NOT a giant Dog Loo!  

Dog Mess is an unavoidable by-product of owning a dog, and therefore it’s every owner’s moral duty and legal responsibility to clean up after their dog.

  • Always carry the means to clear up after your dog. Simple plastic bags have proved more convenient, effective and cheaper than a cumbersome poop scoop, and there are biodegradable options that are kinder to the environment. Your bags should be as unforgettable as a lead when you take your dog out.
  • EVERY time your dog fouls, bag it and bin it. The rain does not wash the problem away, as some lazy, anti-social people think, so bag and bin wherever.
  • Dogs cannot read signs, so it is your responsibility to keep them away from recreational areas.
  • Never let your dog out alone to toilet. This should go without saying, but it does happen. Apart from fouling, your dog could go missing.
It is every owner’s duty to clean up after their dog. There are no excuses. Fouling is unacceptable.
If you witness a dog doing its do-do somewhere then you as a member also have a responsibility to challenge the owner; please do so.