MUMS were treated to tea and cakes at this aerodrome.

This year’s Mother’s Day at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome treated Mums to a special First World War vintage afternoon tea.

Guests were guided to the Rule Britannia - Women at War exhibition where an Edwardian photographic studio was set up to take souvenir photos of mums dressed as suffragettes.

They then headed to the mess hall where sherry and prosecco were flowing, and their tea was all set up.

The afternoon concluded with live music by vocalist Ann Barrett which included favourites such as White Cliffs of Dover and Que Sera Sera.