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of Heston Airport, Middlesex
1935 John V. Carden (of Carden Aero Engines) and L. E. Baynes (of Abbott-Baynes) worked together to build an "auxiliary sailplane" (a glider fitted with a modified Villiers engine for occasional use) based on the Scud III sailplane 
1936 Carden-Baynes Aircraft Ltd was formed by L. E. Baynes at Heston to make a new light 2-seater aircraft
Acquired Carden Aero Engines after the death of John Carden.
The business built the ultra-light Bee which flew in 1937. It was a side-by-side two-seater powered by two 40hp Carden Ford SP1 converted car engines driving pusher propellers.
All activity ceased when Heston was requisitioned by the Air Ministry.
1937 Aircraft designers and constructors. 
Produced the Baynes Bee and designed a follow-on aircraft the Baynes B.4
1937 A new company, Baynes Aircraft Ltd, was to be established to acquire the current company