THE second ever Cotswold Airport Revival Festival has taken place after the inaugural success last year.

Starting out as an informal fundraising open day for 500 people last year, it ended up as a major event with over 10,000 visitors.

Taking place this year on September 29 and 30, at the Cotswold Airport in Kemble, thousands turned out for the thrilling weekend.

The Lightening Bolts parachute display team were one of the star attractions over the weekend, that included wartime re-enactments, classic and military vehicle displays, a fun fair, a vintage shopping village and more.

Those was also a full bar and catering area, as well as live music on stage all day on both days.

The festival supports three charities, the Royal British Legion, RAF100 and Flying for Freedom, to mark the centenary of the end of world war 1 and 100 years of the RAF.