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Visit By Canine Partners

Canine Partners is a charity which trains assistance dogs for adults with physical disabilities. Once selected for training, dogs are placed with volunteer ‘Puppy Parents’ who care for them full time from the age of 8 weeks to 15 months. During this period, puppies are taught basic obedience and socialising to instil confidence and prepare them for the wider world. At 15 months, the puppies move on to advance training.

On Tuesday, 31st October, we hosted a dozen puppies, accompanied by their ‘Parents’, to familiarise them with the particular sights and sounds of the Museum. This turned out to be a very worthwhile exercise for the dogs – and a fascinating additional attraction for our regular visitors! We look forward to it being repeated.

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Armistice Day Service

The weather at Tangmere on the morning of Saturday 11 November 2017 was light rain and the decision was made to hold the Museum’s…

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Queen's Award For Voluntary Service Presentation

On Tuesday 26th September, the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) was presented to the Tangmere Military Aviation Museum by the Lord Lieutenant of West…

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Museum Contributes To A University Conference

During the past twelve months the University of Chichester in collaboration with the Museum have been conducting a history project on the arrival of…

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Ex-Spitfire Pilot Airborne Once More

On the 27th June Wing Commander Owen Hardy DFC and bar, AFC, former No 72 Sqn Second World War Spitfire pilot, visited the Museum to witness the…

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