We are pleased to announce that we will be welcoming an array of military vehicles to the museum on Sunday 3rd July. Please do come and see them.
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We have now re-opened for the new year. Come along and visit us on Sundays until the end of October and Wednesdays during the summer months.
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Please click here to read our latest Safety and Access Information.
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Many families have stories or perhaps some old black-and-white photographs passed on from their relatives who were in the armed forces during World War 2. But how do you go about finding out more details after so many years have passed?
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Suffolk Archives has a series of lectures starting this Thursday on "Suffolk at War" with Dr John Greenacre.
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The museum is open Wednesdays in June, July and August, between 11am and 4pm.
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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:
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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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