Friday, 22 April 2016

The first airframe was secured in 1963 thereafter the museum was formally incorporated as a Limited Company no.930888
and registered as charity no.256434 in April and September 1968 respectively.

After a number of years spent preparing its permanent site on the Winthorpe Showground a former World War II training base, the museum was officially opened to the public on Saturday 14th April 1973.

At Easter 1990 the museum opened its first Aircraft Display Hall to the public it provided 1,860 square metres of space.  
In 1994 the trustees instigated negotiations to purchase farmland on the museum’s southern boundary with the aim of guaranteeing the museum’s long-term future. Formal searches and formalities were eventually completed, allowing the purchase of 5.01 hectares
of farmland to be completed prior to Christmas 1995.

In November 2004 the Museum opened its second Aircraft Display Hall to the public on completion of an extremely successful project in conjunction with the Heritage Lottery Fund.
We continue to evolve and have achieved Accredited Museum status and the VAQAS quality standard. We are proud to be one of the largest volunteer managed aviation museums in Great Britain.

JJ: Bluzka i spodnie - Life and Legend from TK Maxx ; buty - Jordan Trainers: kurtka - Peacocks

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