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Christchurch Aviation Society

The Society was initially designed as the Sea Vixen Society in 1983 to commemorate and celebrate the aviation history of Christchurch and to empower like-minded Aviation enthusiasts to meet, be entertained and have a chat on a regular basis - a organization which is very much the core of the Society today. The Society was formed as the Sea Vixen Society in 1983 to memorialize and rejoice the aviation history of Christchurch and to enable like-minded Aviation enthusiasts to meet, be interested and have a chat on a consistent basis - a format which is very much the heart of the Society today. It was founded with the purpose of gaining a fitting icon and meet with like-minded aviation enthusiasts in the area. It was therefore a memorable day when, in the dusky of the morning (06.45 hours) of Sunday 16th December 1984, Sea Vixen XJ580 was dragged from Hum Airport (via the Spur Road as she was too large to take along the Fairmile route) to a site on the crook of Somerford Road and Wilverly Road, the approximate location of the deHaviland factory site main gates. She therefore reimbursed to the site where she was originally built.

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