Skip to main content

Tenants Spotlight – BAE Systems Centenary Day

9th September 2016

BAE Systems are holding a Centenary Day on Saturday 17th September for employees and their families.  In addition, Supercraft Ltd. will be joining in the event and will also be opening their doors for visitors to walk through and see what ‘goes on’ within their businesses.

This event is not open to the general public.

Gates open at 10:00am for site tours, with the last entry for tours at 12:30pm.  The entertainment programme and fairground will commence at 11:30am and run through to 5:00pm.  Gates close at 6:00pm.

All employees and permanent site based contractors of each of the Humber Enterprise Park’s tenant companies will be entitled to 4 free tickets.    Every person of all ages will require a ticket.
When entering the site, visitors must be accompanied by an employee of that tenant company. The employee will be responsible for their group of visitors at all times and must stay with them.
Tickets are only available prior to the day and must be presented at the gate to gain entry.


  • Arena Acts such as Swift stunt driving, Bolddog FMX display team, Stannge international stunt show, sheep racing.
  • Comedy Contemporary Circus and workshops
  • Inflatables, climbing wall and unique attractions.
  • Fairground with rides for all ages (last ride time will be 5:00pm).
  • Education workshops.
  • Crafts and face painting.
  • …….and much more!

Selected fairground rides and activities on the airfield will operate on a token system with proceeds to charity. 

Flying Programme
A flying programme will run throughout the afternoon and currently includes around 14 aircraft such as the Blackburn B2, Swordfish, Mustang, and BBMF.

Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic on site but a variety of catering options will also be provided with a range of meals available to purchase.  Please note: no alcohol or glass is allowed on site.

Only limited parking will be available on site, therefore guests are encouraged to utilise public transport or walk where possible.  Pedestrian and vehicular access is via Pantiles Gate. Disabled badge holders may park in the yellow car park with entry through the HEP’s main gate.

Posted by HEP Communications | 09 September 2016