As a self-supporting charity, the museum is always looking for help. Whether you are an aviation enthusiast or not the likelihood is that you have some skills that could be beneficial to our operations. Many of our volunteers are retired and were looking for something to occupy, at least, some of their time. There is a great air of camaraderie amongst the team. So, if you want to try something different, why not pay us a visit? Come and talk to some members of the crew.
What can we offer? An essential part of our activity is looking after our visitors. This includes running our shop, stewarding or keeping the site neat and tidy. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing the young or young at heart enjoying themselves. Conversely, you may wish to help with our conservation projects, which is an essential part of what we do. Our site is mostly open air and most of our exhibits are exposed to the elements. This inevitably, takes its toll and they need continuous care and attention. Anyone, with even the most basic engineering skills, can be of enormous help. Give it a try, you may be very pleasantly surprised and you will certainly get great satisfaction from what you achieve.