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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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Lysander Replica Aircraft Arrives

On Saturday 16 June the Museum received its latest acquisition, a full-size replica of a Westland Lysander Mk III (Special Duties), the short take-off…

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Scale Model Show At Museum

On Saturday 5 May, in glorious spring weather, the Museum jointly ran a Scale Model Show with our local model club, Tangmere Sector Modellers.

This…

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'Tangmere' Locomotive Plate Exhibition Opens

On 3 May the ‘Tangmere Locomotive Plate’ exhibition was officially opened by Barry Eden, the donor of the plates.

David Coxon, the Museum’s Deputy Director,…

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Museum Annual General Meeting 2018

The Museum’s AGM held on Thursday, 26th April was attended by some 25 members of the Trust Company.    Given there were 4 vacancies for…

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