We are getting lots of people enquiring as to whether we are open at the moment.
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BRO volunteer Chris Pratt has recently done a podcast with Dr James Rogers for his History Hit Warfare Podcast discussing the GHQ Auxiliary Units. You can listen to the podcast and learn more about Britain's Secret Army using the link below:
Dr Rogers also visited Parham Airfield Museum whilst making a documentary on Joe Kennedy Juniors's fatal crash. He has produced a very interesting 12 minute video which can be viewed here:
Read more on Volunteer Chris Pratt's Podcast on the British Resistance
As part of our preparations to re-open, we have been examined our Data Policy and issued an additional policy to cover Test & Trace data collection and storage. The new policy can be viewed here.
If you are doing any shopping from Amazon, please go through our Amazon Smile page and Parham Airfield Museum will get a donation at no extra cost to you.
If an Amazon shopper enters the site via the Smile portal, they get all the same experience, prices etc etc but Amazon will donate to their chosen charity 0.5% of all purchases made.
In these difficult times for the museum, when we are all shopping more on line, this seems too good a chance to miss!
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Following the latest government guidance please note that we will continue to respond to requests for information via email but we are currently not able to arrange visits to show researchers or relatives around the museum.
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As the temperature here in Parham soars, we hope that your spirits do too.
We are pleased to hear that for the first time since March,
Suffolk has had no recorded cases of Covid 19 for a full week- long may this continue.
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This edition includes contributions from new supporters, news of an exciting award
and, for a bit of fun, as today is National Sneak-Some-Zucchini-on-Your-Neighbour's-Porch day,
there are even 3 zucchinis (or courgettes for our British readers!) hidden amongst the pages.
Read more on August's Newsletter is now available
We regret that the museum is currently closed to visitors for the 2020 season owing to the COVID 19 crisis. We are keeping the situation under review and any change to this situation will be posted here.
In the meantime, do please email us if you have a research query or any other special request
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