A unique visit to the North Weald Airfield and Museum
Tuesday 3 July at 10:15am
Our own Stephen Wagstaffe has organised a unique visit to the North Weald Airfield and Museum. Established in 1916 this aerodrome has seen front line action in both World Wars and the Cold War as RAF North Weald. Later it became home to the RAF’s first jet aerobatic display team, the ‘Black Arrows’, as well as 1950s military jets and it remains a working civilian airfield today. The visit will consist of a visit to the museum and the war graves in the local churchyard, a guided tour of one of the classic aircraft restoration hangers and a buffet lunch in a genuine WW2 NAAFI. You can be assured that there will be no Spam on the
Date and time:Tuesday 3 July 2018: 10:15 am for 10:30 tour start
Included: Guides for whole visit & buffet lunch
Meeting point: North Weald Airfield Museum, Ad Astra House, Hurricane Way,
North Weald, Epping, Essex CM16 6AA
There is a limit of 30 places so prompt booking is recommended.
Please book by 29 June at the latest.
Travel to North Weald Airfield by road: North Weald Airfield Museum is easily accessible by road. It is situated approx. 2 miles south east from Junction 7 (Harlow) of the M11 Motorway. On leaving the motorway take the A414 Chelmsford Road eastward. Cross the first roundabout, taking the first exit on to the Talbot roundabout in North Weald; leave at the third exit and follow the brown signs to the “Airfield Memorial and Debt of Honour”. This is at the far end of the village on the right hand side and the museum stands behind it.
By public transport:LU Central Line to Epping Station and heritage bus to North Weald; ask the conductor to be dropped off at the airfield museum.
With any queries regarding travel on the day ring Stephen on 07956 881848