News & Events
Work will commence very soon to provide a concrete hard standing for the majority of the Museum’s external aircraft collection. This measure will allow refurbishing tasks to be carried out in greater safety and at the same time reduce the corrosion inherent with the present grassed surface. In preparation for this work, our de Havilland Vampire T11, XH313, has been moved for the first time in several years to a temporary new home in the Museum car park.
The Museum’s AGM held on Thursday, 27th April was attended by some 30 members of the Trust Company. Having served as a Trustee for…
On 22 April the Museum hosted 60 Dutch and Canadian students on the 2017 Frank Graham liberation cycle tour. This year’s tour theme is…
A new book entitled ‘Tangmere’s Own: Pilots who served King and Country from a Sussex airfield, 1918-1958’ has recently been published by the Museum….