To commemorate the 1928/1929 Gipsy Moth Reliability Tour, when a Gipsy I engine was flown 51,000 miles in DH Moth G-EBTD with only routine servicing, after which replacement parts cost a mere £7.2.11d., the DH Moth Club is holding an ambitious rally for DH Moths, Tiger Moths and such Moth variants as Puss, Leopard, Hornet and Minor, on June 30th/July 1st. Sponsored by the distillers of “The Famous Grouse” scotch whisky, Matthew Gloag & Son Ltd., the aeroplanes will assemble at Hatfield on the Friday and will be flagged off in groups on the Saturday, to fly to Strathallan in Scotland, where a Moth-orientated air display will be held on the Sunday, followed by a dinner at St. Andrews. Refuelling stops en route will be at Hucknall and Sunderland. To date more than 50 Tiger Moths, ten Hornet-Moths, two Jackaroos and lone examples of Puss-Moth, Leopard-Moth, Gipsy Moth and Moth-Minor have been entered; the Gipsy should be the star-turn but the entire rally promises to recapture the spirit and adventure of the pre-war Club flying-days. Praise be to it! Details from: The DH Moth Club, “Tangmere”, 16 Thatchers Drive, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 3PW.