Yale historian, James Rogers, has been researching Joseph Kennedy’s last fateful mission, ‘Operation Anvil’, which resulted in his plane exploding over Blythburgh in Suffolk.
We are in need of extra volunteers to help man the museum, meet and greet visitors, help with closed-season work parties or serve in our tea room and gift shop.
Our ever-popular tea dance at the museum will be on Sunday 6th October from 2-6pm.
This month's edition includes our Chairman giving you a special look inside our new POW room, Ray McFalone sharing a 390th Veteran's poignant memories and a report from Chris Pratt's tour of NW France, re-tracing the steps of Auxiliers involved in Operation Bulbasket 75 years ago.
As a result of our consistently brilliant reviews on Trip Advisor, we are delighted to share the great news that we have just received a Trip Advisor 2019 ‘Certificate of Excellence’.
The new season has started well despite some cold days which effects visitor numbers. We welcomed over 120 new and returning visitors on our opening day- the tea room was packed, see below!
Have you seen that our archivist Jennie Smith is now featuring an Airman of the Month in our newsletter? Each month, Jennie shares photos and experiences from one of the 742 men of the 390th who gave their life for our freedom.
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At our AGM on 17th March, we welcomed Peter Senior as our new Chairman. Peter is a retired headteacher and brings a huge amount of experience, enthusiasm and knowledge to the team.