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Ferret & Military Vehicles
On Sunday, 11th July, we will be unveiling the Museum’s Ferret which once served with 1 and 10 Squadrons of the RAF Regiment and, prior to its restoration, had been immobile for over 38 years.
As previously announced, at least six Ferrets covering all three Marks will be on display. These will be joined by a further 20+ vehicles ranging from motorcycles, Jeeps, Land Rovers, command vehicles and half–tracks to a Saracen APC. In addition to many vehicle owners being in uniform, several Military Police (re-enactors) will be on hand to manage proceedings.
Admission fees: Adults £8.00 (no concessions);
Children (5 to 16 years) £2.00;
Under 5s Free.
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