Doubts over airshow's future despite huge crowds

Organisers say they're unsure about the future of Folkestone Airshow - despite attracting around 200,000 people over the weekend. The airshow returned after an 11 year absence. But organisers say they're facing a funding shortfall.

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Doubts over airshow's future despite huge crowds

Around 200,000 people have been watching the Folkestone Airshow this weekend - after an 11 year absence. The airshow was stopped in 2003 because of council cutbacks and an attempt to bring it back last year was cancelled because of a funding shortfall.

But despite huge crowds, organsiers say they're unsure about the shows's future. ITV Meridian spoke to organiser Yvonne Holder and commentator George Bacon.

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