It is a memorial to all the aircrew who died flying from the Biggin Hill Sector during World War II. There are 17 beautiful stained glass windows and many mementos of those who served in the RAF and Allied Forces. Outside there are two Gate Guardians representing a Spitfire and a Hurricane which flew from the airfield. It is a living Chapel, with services on Saturdays and Sundays and everyone is welcome. Some 12000 people visit the chapel each year, and in addition to regular weekly services, special commemorative services are held on Battle of britain Sunday and Remembrance Sunday. The Chapel is open daily from 1000 to 1600 (times vary slightly depending on the day of the week) and visitors are always most welcome. Opening hours can be confirmed on 01959 570353. If you would like to help assure the future of the chapel, details concerning membership of the Friends of St George’s Chapel can also be obtained from the same number.