R.A.F Centenary

 This year the R.A.F celebrates 100 years of service.

To commemorate this important anniversary there will be a celebration at the museum on Sunday April the 8th. 

We are delighted that Wing Commander Alex Mason, Station Commander, R.A.F St Mawgan will be attending, along with servicemen from the base, to join us in celebrating this very special occasion.

Proceedings will start at 2 o'clock on the dot for the unveiling ceremony of .............???

If you want to know what we're unveiling you'll have to be there! All I can say is it's a truly beautiful and very meaningful monument to commemorate the centenary.

Refreshments will be available and all the buildings in the museum will be open as normal.

Our "special" days are always well attended and our car park gets full very quickly. We have permission on the 8th for cars to park on the actual airfield and there will be a shuttle bus service back and forward to the museum at no extra cost. The area for parking will be well signed. Please use this service if you are able as we would like to save our car parking places for those who have health problems and difficulty in walking.

This will be a day never to be repeated in our life times so please, if you can, come along and join in this very special celebration.

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  1. STOPRESS. Air Commodore John Bessell will also be in attendance

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