Organised by the churches for the Aylsham & District Team Ministry & in partnership with Broadland District Council & Norfolk Museums Service.

There were two visits per day starting at the church and visiting Scottow Enterprise Park former RAF Coltishall site. The visit began outside the control tower with retired air traffic controllers accompanied by a retired RAF fast jet navigator. There was a short talk about air traffic control over the years which the attendees said that they found it very interesting, an additional visit was made, to a WWII Fighter Penn. Restored in 2015 with an Armed Forces Covenant grant, one attendee was able to see the brick she had laid during the restoration.

A superb buffet lunch was provided by the Community Church volunteers for the morning and the afternoon visitors. Also on Sunday, the Marsham Belles provided some wonderful and very popular music.

The afternoon visit followed the same format as the morning and again there was a short talk about air traffic control followed by a visit to the WWII Fighter Penn. After each session, the community priest gave a short talk regarding the safe hands of the air traffic controllers and a prayer. The visits were conducted by the Spirit of Coltishall Association as part of their ongoing Community Support and looking after the site Some 60 people from the local communities attended the event and donated £140 to the Spirit of Coltishall Association funds.