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Type:Silhouette image of generic DH82 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
De Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth
Owner/operator:Norman Herbert Jones (The Tiger Club)
Registration: G-ANDA
C/n / msn: 83768
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location:13th Green, Hook Heath Golf Course, near Woking, Surrey -   United Kingdom
Phase: En route
Departure airport:Kidlington Airport, Kidlington, Oxfordshire (EGTK)
Destination airport:Fairoaks Airport, Chobham, Woking, Surrey (EGTF)
Ex-RAF Tiger Moth T7269: First civil registered 24/9/53 as G-ANDA. Sold and re-registered six times between September 1953 and July 1965 as follows:

24/9/53: First civil registered (C of R R4118/1) as G-ANDA to Victor Beresford Nightingale t/a Nightingale Aircraft Services, Denham, Buckinghamshire
6/3/55: Involved in an incident at Denham, Buckinghamshire when landed on top of Auster J/1 Autocrat G-AGXG (see link #10). The Auster came off worst (damaged beyond repair and registration cancelled 30/3/55). Tiger Moth G-ANDA survived to be repaired and returned to service.
18/6/59: Owners address changed to Woodley Aerodrome, Woodley, Reading, Berkshire
1/12/60: Registration G-ANDA cancelled/lapsed upon sale
28/2/61; Sold on and re-registered (C or R R4118/2) to a consortium of five mostly Berkshire-based owners (Stephen Attwood, Edward Timothy Wood, David Albert George Withers, Brian Selcraig Campbell, and Hubert Lionel Putt). aircraft remained based at Woodley, Reading.
16/8/61: Registration cancelled/lapsed upon sale
5/10/61: Sold on and re-registered (C of R R4118/3) to Edward Timothy Wood and Hubert Lionel Putt. (In other words, the previous consortium of five owners appears to have been reduced to two joint owners!)
17/9/62: Registration cancelled/lapsed upon sale
20/9/62: Sold on and re-registered (C of R R4118/4) to Universal Flying Services Ltd., Fairoaks Airport, Chobham, Woking, Surrey.
14/12/63: Registration cancelled/lapsed upon sale
31/12/63: Sold and re-registered (C of R R4118/5) to Ivor Christopher Faulconer, Cranleigh, Surrey
22/7/65: Registration cancelled/lapsed upon sale
30/7/65: Re-registered (C of R R411/6) to Norman Herbert Jones (The Tiger Club), Claygate, Surrey
21/3/67: Written off (damaged beyond repair) when crashed on the 13th Green, Hook Heath Golf Course, near Woking, Surrey. According to a contemporary local newspaper report ("Reading Evening Post" - Wednesday 22 March 1967):
Evening Post Reporter
THE Sunningdale pilot of a Tiger Moth walked away almost unhurt yesterday after his plane crashed on Woking golf course at the 13th green. Photographer Mr. Michael Graham. aged 40. was flying from Kidlington, near Oxford, to Fair Oak, when his engine failed. On the way down, a wing hit a tree. and the plane was badly damaged. "I just bumped my nose against the cowling, and I cannot speak properly," Mr. Graham managed to say at his Charter Road home today. No one was on the course when the plane crashed, a club member said today. Police kept watch on the plane last night, and today it was being moved."
26/4/67: Registration G-ANDA cancelled as "destroyed"


1. Reading Evening Post - Wednesday 22 March 1967
6. G-ANDA at Woodley in 1959:
7. G-ANDA at Blackbushe in 1961:
8. G-ANDA at Old Warden in 1965:
9. G-ANDA in 1966:
10. Collision with Auster G-AGXG:

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Revision history:

13-Mar-2020 15:32 Dr. John Smith Added
13-Mar-2020 15:40 Dr. John Smith Updated [Nature, Departure airport, Source, Narrative]

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