The Moth Service Register

(Ben Borsberry),
24 Woodlands Road,
Sonning Common, Nr. Reading,
Berkshire RG4 9TE
Tel/Fax: +44 1189 723 583 (evenings only)
(Ben Borsberry is retiring and most of the activities of B.B.A.E.S. are being discontinued. Undercarriage parts, including new axles, are on offer and an undercarriage reconditioning service is still available. (11.13))

Flying Restorations Ltd.,
(Steve Roberts, Martin Kimm),
Unit 1, Rotary Farm,
Thorncote Green, Nr Hatch, Sandy, Bedfordshire
SG19 1PU, England.
Mobile : +44 7720 681 642
Email :
(After 30 years as part of the famous SkySport team, Steve Roberts and Martin Kimm have launched Flying Restorations to continue from the same airfield many of the antique aircraft services that made SkySportís international reputation)

Hodge Air Services Ltd.,
(David Hodgkinson)
Unit 21, Thruxton Industrial Estate,
Thruxton Airfield, Thruxton
Hampshire, SP11 8PW,
Tel/Fax: +44 1732 822 686
( Hodge Air Services was founded in 1974 and specialises in wooden components. The company has extensive Moth experience, particularly Tiger Moth wings)

Retro Track & Air (UK) Ltd.,
Upthorpe Iron Works,
Upthorpe lane,
Cam, Dursley, Gloucestershire,
GL11 5HP,
Tel: +44 1453 545 360
Fax: +44 1453 544 617
(The warbird restoration specialist, whose clients include the RAF Historic Flight.  In certain cases will manufacture detail parts direct, including for some Moth aircraft.  CAA approved to B.C.A.R. A8-20 M5/E4)

Skytrade (International) Ltd.
(Philip Stott),
Higher Perry Farm,
Cheriton Fitzpaine, Crediton,
Devon EX17 4BQ,
Tel : +44 1884 860 202
Fax : +44 1884 861 610
Email :
(Free catalogue on request)

Splitpin Engineering Services
(Dave Watson),
PMB 133, 590 West Main Street,
Santa Paula, CA 93060,
United States of America
Tel: +1 805 525 1787
Fax: +1 805 525 6579
Cell : +1 805 558 1787
Email : or
(California based specialist in Tiger Moth and Gipsy Major spares)

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This page last updated on 4 February, 2018.

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