Toy run will be fun for a Claus cause


Flying high: A formation of WWII military Boeing Stearman training planes over the Mornington Peninsula. Three of these “Warbirds” are based at Tyabb Airport. Picture: Matt Savage

TYABB Airport will be swinging their doors open in the name of Christmas cheer on Sunday December 2.

There will be a free sausage sizzle, live music and enjoyment for all the family.

Gates open 10.30am with the sausage sizzle from noon.

Entry is by donation of an unwrapped toy to fill a Christmas stocking for disadvantaged children on the Mornington Peninsula.

Last year the Toy Run collected over 500 toys which were distributed by the charity Food for All.

Antique and Warbird aircraft will be on display as well a collection of Classic and Holden Cars.

Head down to Tyabb Airport and help getting the Christmas spirit flying.

First published in the Western Port News – 27 November 2018


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