Wartime Aircraft Recovery Group

Through the co-operation of the Shropshire Aero Club, the Wartime Aircraft Recovery Group operates a small museum on the site. This all-volunteer group investigates crash sites and recovers and displays artifacts as a memorial to pilots that gave their lives operating in the Shropshire area during World War II. The displays include a number of aero engines, and a reconstruction of an airfield Flight Office.

Admission is Free

Opening times May-October  Saturday and Sunday, other times by prior arrangement.

Since the museum is run entirely by volunteers it would be advisable to phone the airfield manager when planning a visit to avoid disappoinment.

   
    

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