Aviat-hare is inspired by Hilda Hewlett, an early aviator and the first British woman to gain her pilots license. She ran the first flying school in the UK with Gustav Blondeau and manufactured over 800 airplanes from the Hewlett and Blondeau Headquarters in Luton. The design takes inspiration from the aviation industry, from the traditional goggles, hat and aviation attire to an Avro 504 airplane. Look out for badges on Aviat-hare’s jacket in tribute to some of Hewletts pioneering achievements. Kindly sponsored by Luton Hoo – One of the finest luxury 5 star hotels in Bedfordshire or Hertfordshire.

Own a unique piece of art

The Short Tail Trail is being brought to Luton by Keech Hospice Care. The unique, colourful and energetic sculptures will take centre stage at a glittering auction on Thursday 3 October 2024 to raise vital funds so Keech Hospice Care can continue caring for children, adults and their loved ones with life-limiting illnesses.

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