I tell you, sir, a foreigner, or, for the matter of that, an unaccredited native, can't get within four miles of Lydd
nowadays --not to mention our little circus at Aldershot, and the experimental camp in Galway.
class="font-size--16 MsoNormalHe was being flown from Lydd
airport to the Grumeti Reserve, as part of a programme to repopulate the Serengeti.
Maloney, from The Derrings in Lydd
, was arrested by armed police in London on January 27.
The Coastguard base at Inverness is the fifth and final location in the UK to fly this new model of helicopter for SAR missions, following Lydd
and Lee-on-Solent on the south coast, St Athan in Wales, and Prestwick in central Scotland.
He was brought 3,000 miles across Europe and put in a dinghy bound for Dover, but it ended up 30 miles away in Lydd
, where police held the migrants.
Hours later, police and Border Force officials were seen three-anda-half miles away in a residential street in Lydd
with some of the men, who were offered foil blankets and police jackets to keep warm.
IF I wanted to drive from, say, Lydd
in Kent to Cambridge I'd just punch the destination into my satnav and GPS would get me there.
Among the 14 lost railway stations whose signs are to be sold are East Brixton in London; St Anne's Park in Bristol; Cameron Bridge in Fife; Blaenrhondda in South Wales; Lydd
on Sea in Kent and North Tawton in Devon.
Up to 15 boats and ships, aided by two coastguard helicopters from Lydd
and Lee-on-Solent, were involved in the search before it was suspended yesterday afternoon.
My experience of the VIP treatment began when I was picked up from home for the drive to Lydd
Airport in Kent - a service available to anyone in the South East.
European planemaker Airbus flew its E-fan electric plane, which operates exclusively on batteries, from Lydd
, England, to Calais, France, on Friday morning.