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Community Clubs

Rural Flying Corps

The Rural Flying Corps have been providing flying training at Bourn Airfield, Cambridgeshire for over a quarter of a century. Whether it’s a first trial lesson, training to achieve your Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL) or further advanced training and solo hire, the Rural Flying Corps has something for you.

We are a small friendly club operating from part of a second world war airfield, steeped in history and benefiting from open airspace and two tarmac runways.

Many of the several hundred who have obtained their Private Pilot’s Licence at Bourn have progressed to a career in commercial aviation and are now flying jet aircraft with the major airlines. Others simply fly for pleasure or continue to learn and obtain extra ratings.

Looking for an exciting, unusual gift for a birthday or special occasion ? Gift vouchers are available for trial flying lessons.


Airplane flying with pilot

Bourn Airfield, Cambridgeshire. CB23 2TQ

01954 719602


Bourn Sports Club

Bourn Sports Club, a registered charity, was founded in 1996 to promote sporting activities for the residents of Bourn and surrounding villages, with an emphasis on families, children and young people.

We try to organise a variety of activities through the year, varying from formal coaching sessions to informal fun activity days.

Sports include:

-Five-a-side football

-Tennis (for adults, juniors and under 10s mini-tennis)

-Dance and Fitness (Children’s Dance classes, adult ChaSamba Fitness classes)

-Youth cricket (coaching)


'Short Street' sign
13th century windmill

Bourn Windmill

Open Days 2015 

Sundays  2.00pm — 4.00pm (May to September – see website for details)

Home-made tea and cakes available on many dates.

A chance to see inside one of the oldest post windmills in the country with our volunteer guides, in the beautiful Caxton Road area.

Mill Entry Charges

CambridgePPF members free – Adults £3.00 – Children £1.00.

The charges support the upkeep of the mills.

Interested in volunteering at the mills? 

Please contact us, see details below.


How to Get Here

Between Bourn and Caxton (off the A428 from Cambridge take the turn after the blue footbridge signed Caldecote, follow Bourn Airfield and then Bourn, and take a right turn into Caxton Road, alternatively turn off the A1198 via Caxton village).

Caxton Road, Bourn, Cambridgeshire. CB23 2SU

Bourn Windmill

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