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Bader Braves Day

On Sunday, 13th June, two Museum volunteers joined other participants at Douglas Bader Foundation’s “Bader Braves Day” at Goodwood aerodrome, an event put on to entertain disabled children – amputees or children born without limbs – and their families.

A PC flight simulator set up for the children to “fly” a Chipmunk from Tangmere to Goodwood proved extremely popular throughout the day – particularly so given the flying clothing, helmets, etc provided for dressing up. All were given a balsawood glider and Museum brochure to take home with them.

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