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Battle of Britain lunch boxes

We enjoyed a fun 1940's themed afternoon recently at the former Raf Harrowbeer airfield, just a stones throw from lunchboxesetc towers here in Devon.

Now reverting back to moor land the base was home to Spitfires and other RAF planes during WWII and the RAF Harrowbeer volunteers did a great job evoking the sights and sounds of the era with a full size replica spitfire powered by a genuine Merlin engine being the highlight for this visitor.

The history of the area is written large on the landscape with hard standing, sentry boxes and dispersal shelters still visible around the base.  One of the dispersal bays has been restored and can be visited when open.  A low key but very satisfying afternoon. now has two spitfire lunch boxes that are inspired by the heroism and bravery of "the few".  There is still plenty of time to order one in time for the start of the new school year.  Or, if you don't have a packed lunch why not use it for storage at home?  We have one very useful spitfire lunchbox to hold all our airfix kit materials - glue, scapels, paints etc.

spitfire lunch box

spitfire lunch box red
Both lunch boxes are made in the UK from hardwearing plastic and feature a white handle and an easy to use clasp to securely close the box.

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