And if you'll indulge an old anorak, what was Guy Baker's connection with Ludlow (assuming that there was one) and did he ever operate his aircraft in that part of Shropshire?
Guy lived in Welshpool and so I think Ludlow will have been his chosen local airfield. He ran several cinemas around Wales after the war and used to fly between them in the Autogiro. It must have been quite a sight and I would imagine he became quite well known in the local area.
The best place to find my photos of C.30 Autogiros is on my Pinterest page
where I have collected all I can find (if you don't use Pinterest, I highly recommend it for finding and collecting historic aviation photography). A few of G-ACUU are in posts below.
I'm interested if anyone has more photos of the display at Fairwood Common (ex RAF Fairwood and now Swansea Airport) in August 1950 shown below. In particular, I'm keen to know what the colour scheme was here as black and white images are all I have.
My father has some more photos I will upload at a later date but he's a few hundred miles from me at the moment.