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Tom Campbell Black and Charles Scott reportedly both stayed at nearby Stobo Castle, today a well-known health spa, while performing in the 1935 event at Peebles.

Also known as: Easter Happrew / Sherriff Muir
County: Scottish Borders
Current Status: Farmland (probable location)
Date: 9 September 1932 - 25 July 1935
Current Use: Disused
Used By: Civil
Landing Surface Types: Unpaved
Aircraft Roles: General aviation

Sir Alan Cobham first brought his National Aviation Day display to Peebles on 9 September 1932. In 1935 his No 2 Tour came again to the town on 25 July. In between times there was a British Hospitals Air Pageant display at Peebles on 16 September 1933.

N.B. - Due to (a) the general lack of records after 1932 and (b) very temporary nature/availability of the land used for these flying events, it is not currently confirmed if subsequent Cobham and/or associated displays occurred at the same location.


The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have at least potentially significant connections with the airfield (as at 31/12/2015):

  • Manor, Stobo and Lyne Community Council
  • Peebles Community Council
  • Peebles Library

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