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Strong First Half Visitor Numbers

Strong First Half Visitor Numbers

The Royal Air Force Museum is proud to announce that both its London and Cosford sites have enjoyed year on year double-digit growth in visitor numbers for the period from 1April 2014 to 30 September 2014.This growth in numbers has been driven by three strategic decisions made by the Trustees of the Museum in late 2013: to invest more in[Read More...]

School Children Will Commemorate The Fallen at Cosford

School Children Will Commemorate The Fallen at Cosford

PRESS RELEASE – On Tuesday November 11th, at 10.45am in the Warplanes Hangar the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford will be commemorating The Fallen in a unique and special way this November, with some help from a group of local school children.In September this year, a group of pupils from John Fletcher of Madeley primary school in Telford began the[Read More...]

by November 5, 2014 0 comments Aviation Museum News, RAF Museum
Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival

Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival

PRESS RELEASE – Registration for the highly-anticipated Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival is now open and next year’s event, taking place on Sunday 26 April 2015 is set to be bigger and better than ever.Bikers from across Shropshire and the wider Midlands area are invited to kick start the motorcycle season at the region’s biggest biker event, now in its[Read More...]

Rare Behind The Scenes Look Into Aircraft Conservation

Rare Behind The Scenes Look Into Aircraft Conservation

PRESS RELEASE – This November, the Sir Michael Beetham Conservation Centre at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford will once again be opening its doors, allowing Museum visitors behind the scenes access to aircraft conservation projects and the chance to speak with the team who make them happen.  This rare and exclusive opportunity is for one week only and based[Read More...]

New Chief Executive Officer Appointed at RAF Museum

New Chief Executive Officer Appointed at RAF Museum

PRESS RELEASE- Maggie Appleton has over twenty years’ experience in the heritage sector. She is passionate about the difference that museums and culture can make to people’s lives and, after beginning her heritage career at the Royal Armouries (when it was based in the Tower of London) she focused her work in community museums, at Stevenage (1991 – 2003) and[Read More...]