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World at War Weekend

4th & 5th April 2020

There will be over 120 re-enactors on site,
alongside over 30 wartime vehicles, artillery pieces
and a massive living history encampment

 All built around the newly restored
WWII Airfield Control Tower and Pilots Block

A chance to meet the troops of various world conflicts,
hold authentic weaponry and view some rare wartime
including a 30 foot Bristol Bloodhound Missile

Enter the medical tent, climb aboard WWII vehicles
and helicopters from the Vietnam conflict

hat to Veterans and representatives of
various military associations and charities

Themed entertainment takes place throughout the weekend
including 1940's singers, war time talks and live firing displays


 About Us

The Helicopter Museum is a Registered Charity No. 281053

Trustees: Steve Whittaker, Peter Turner, Elfan Ap Rees, Geoff Russell, Dave Wallace
Geoff Dore, Peter Chatfield & Richard Roller

Museum Adviser : Andy King

General Manager : Lee Mills
Business Manager : Wendy Cowlin
Financial Administrator : Molly Lee


 Winners of

Fédération Aéronautique Internationale

Venue of Education

Vertical Flight Society
Heritage Site Award

The Queens Award for
Voluntary Service

 Contact Us

The Helicopter Museum
Locking Moor Road
BS24 8PP

Tel. 01934-635227

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 Supported by

Leonardo Helicopters, American Helicopter Society, Bell, Boeing, Bond Helicopters, Bristow Helicopters, Airbus Helicopters, Helicopter International Magazine, McDonnell Douglas, Arts Council England, North Somerset Council, Rolls Royce, Sikorsky, US Army, Fleet Air Arm and various service units in the Royal Air Force and Army Air Corps, as well as many other individuals and companies too numerous to mention

 Member of

South West Federation of Museums and Galleries Helicopter Association International


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