Below are websites of organisations who have provided support towards
R.A.F. Harrowbeer Archives since the 70th Anniversary Event in
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South West Airfields Heritage Trust ( SWAHT )
An organisation that has ' Heritage Centres ' at Dunkeswell and Upottery
South West Airfields Heritage Trust ( SWAHT ) preserving aviation history
for future generations. SWAHT is an educational registered charity.
A group of local residents who are enthusiastic about the old airfield.
A company who specialise in aviation spares and memorabilia, they also
have replica aircraft for hire.
The parish of Buckland Monachorum is located between Plymouth and
Tavistock about ten miles north of Plymouth City Centre and on the edge
of the Dartmoor National Park within the Borough of West Devon.
Making the most of precious lives across the South West.
This Royal Navy affiliated charity raises funds for the Royal Navy Historic
Flight which is only partially funded by the Ministry of Defence. The Trust
needs to raise in excess of £300,000 annually to keep the iconic Fairey
Swordfish, Sea Furies and Sea Hawk airworthy to display over 3 million
members of the public each year.
The West Dartmoor Benefice comprises the parishes of St. Peter's Meavy,
St. Leonard's Sheepstor, St. Mary the Virgin Walkhampton, St. Paul's
Yelverton and Princetown Church.
An online news source for all things 1940. Information about the latest
events and happenings on the 40's scene, as well as a resource for
enthusiasts, listing all the best in 1940's entertainment, re-enactment
groups and period traders.
Practical, Direct support for our wounded, " It's about the Blokes ".
R.A.F. St. Mawgan is a 22 Training Group Station and is situated five miles
northeast of Newquay, Cornwall.
The Stirling Project was constituted in 1997 under the Chairmanship of a
former XV Squadron navigator to further the education of the public in all
aspects of the Short Stirling Bomber aircraft.
The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre is a family run museum and was
set up over 25 years ago. It is now widely seen as a living memorial to the
55,500 men of Bomber Command who lost their lives during World War II.
It holds one of the rarest aircraft, an Avro Lancaster Bomber in it's
collection along with many wartime vehicles including a Ford WOT1 Crew
Bus, the only one of its kind in existance.
The World's most popular dedicated aviation links site . . . . over 25,000
aviation links listed.
The Dartmoor Trust is an independent charity established in 1996 to grant
aid practical projects which help benefit Dartmoor, the region designated
as a National Park, its landscape, communities and visitors. The Trust's
principal activities involve the provision of grants and the proactive support
of adopted projects.
The Spitfire Society was founded in March 1984 by former Spitfire pilot
Group Captain David Green RAF ( Ret'd ). It's original purpose was to link
people throughout the world whose lives had in some way been connected
with the legendary World War II fighter aircraft. Since achieving the status
of a nationally Registered Charity ( No.299033 ) the Society has widened its
horizons. It now supports the interest of many aviation enthusiasts of both
sexes and all ages who wish to support its aims.
Providing support to the local community.
RAF Harrowbeer Archives, Education & Heritage Ctr
Knightstone, Crapstone Road, Yelverton, Devon, PL20 6BT GB
Archivist - Michael Hayes 01822 853679
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