World War Two planes fly-past Hatfield

A FLY-PAST of World War Two planes will mark the opening of a new police station and courtroom. The �18m project on the historic de Havilland site in Hatfield is set to be officially opened tomorrow (Thursday). Former workers will join two Government to

A FLY-PAST of World War Two planes will mark the opening of a new police station and courtroom.

The �18m project on the historic de Havilland site in Hatfield is set to be officially opened tomorrow (Thursday).

Former workers will join two Government top dogs - policing, crime and security minister Vernon Coaker and justice minister Bridget Prentice - to unveil a plaque at the state-of-the-art facility on Comet Way.

At around 10.40am around half-a-dozen planes from the Moth Club, will fly overhead to mark the occasion.

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