Twinwood Festival is one of the biggest vintage music festivals which spans 3 days of music, dancing and shopping.
It started as a celebration of Glenn Miller who made his last fateful flight to Paris from the air field in 1944 but has now grown to all things vintage with 40's, and 50's bands, burlesque, cabaret, all day and into the night.
Vintage stalls to help you get the vintage look, hairdressers on hand to give the glamour of the era.
There was so much to do and see that we wore out shoe leather walking up and down to various areas in the hope not to miss anything.
One of the "must do" for us was to visit the Glenn Miller museum that is housed in the restored control tower - it was fascinating to see how it would have been set up during the war.
Playing secretary in the control tower.
Funky vintage hair dryers from The Vintage Salon.
Some of the vintage goodies on offer.
Dancing in the Hanger Saturday night.
(photo Simply Twinwood Magazine)