Swing sounds at wartime hangar dance
PUBLISHED: 17:00 18 September 2012
WESTON'S Helicopter Museum was transported back to the 1940s for its annual hangar dance on Saturday.
RAF, US Air Force and air warden uniforms all got an airing at the glitzy bash, which featured a performance by West Country group Swing Fever.
The band, who have played in front of Queen Elizabeth II, entertained the masses with their extensive repertoire of swing and jazz favourites at the museum in Locking Moor Road.