R.A.F Centenary Event

A reminder about the celebration for the R.A.F Centenary event.

Everyone at the museum is working very hard to get everything ready for Sunday.

The weather has been against us getting the exteriors of some buildings painted so they may not look as pristine as we'd like. However, today the sun is out and it will be a hive of industry at the museum. 

The unveiling of our tributes will be at 2 pm sharp. It would be wise to arrive from 1pm onwards if you want to watch the ceremony. Remember that a shuttle bus will be running from the car parking facility on the airfield to the museum and back at no extra charge. This leaves museum parking spaces for people who have difficulty walking.

Personnel from R.A.F St Mawgan and Air Cadets will be marching, a lovely sight in itself, with the Station Commander R.A.F St Mawgan, Alex Mason, and retired Air Commodore John Bessel doing the unveiling.

There will be refreshments available to buy: A mini Cornish Pasty, a mini scone with jam and cream and a coffee or tea will be £1.50. Our normal NAAFI will be open for hot and cold drinks, crisps and biscuits. You make your own drinks and put 50p in the honesty box for each item.

All the buildings will open as normal so you can enjoy seeing all the exhibits as well as the unveiling.

Well behaved dogs are welcome and can go in all the buildings. Please remember to clean up any mess.

Everyone at the museum hopes that you will enjoy this truly one off event with us. If you've never visited with us before now is the time to come and see us.

P.S Please keep up the positive thoughts for good weather on Sunday. It appears to be working!


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