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The museum is open from 10.30 am – 4.30 pm everyday (except Christmas Day). Click HERE for Admission Pricing

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Some significant changes have been
made to the Avro Anson since the
last update. The most eye catching
change has been the installation of
the .303 calibre forward firing machine
gun. It is a replica and is non-
working of course but it is fitted with
some replica ammunition and this
is fitted into the breech being fed by
a link belt. A ring and bead sight has been made and fitted.

The port wing has been finished and is fitted with its aileron and flap. The fuel tank covers are in place and the fuel tanks are fitted. The bomb doors for both the forward and aft bomb bays are installed and working and enough parts have been sourced to make the forward doors operational from the cockpit.

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WW1 Commemoration Family Fun Day (Sunday 29th March 2015

The next major event at the Museum will be on Sunday the 29th of March. Hear the roar of one of our many aircraft engines that will be running on the day. See the military & historic vehicles on display. Sausage sizzle, helicopter joy flights & much more.

Check out our Events page for more details.  

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Unfortunately the museum’s aircraft cockpits are not
accessible 
to wheel chairs.Static display’s are wheel
chair friendly. 
Disabled toilet facilities are available 
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