Lancaster NX611 ‘Just Jane’

Win a guided tour of Avro Lancaster NX611 ‘Just Jane’

This month, the RAF Memorial Flight Club is giving away a tour of Avro Lancaster NX611 ‘Just Jane’ at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre. The tour would usually cost £55.00 and you’ll also receive free admission to the museum (normally £7.50).

How to enter the ballot

All current members have been automatically entered into this month’s ballot. If you’re not already a member, please join the Club by 30th September 2018. 

As well as being entered into this month’s prize draw, you’ll also receive a Club membership pack. Members can also claim free aircraft hangar tours at the BBMF Visitor Centre, they will receive our Club magazine, published twice a year, and will receive monthly e-newsletters with content exclusive to Club members.

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The Royal Air Force: The First One Hundred Years by John Buckley and Paul Beaver and Aerial Warfare: The Battle for the Skies by Frank Ledwidge

Win copies of The Royal Air Force: The First One Hundred Years and Aerial Warfare

On top of this month’s members’ ballot prize, we’re giving away some bonus prizes! Three lucky people will win a copy of both The Royal Air Force: The First One Hundred Years by John Buckley and Paul Beaver and Aerial Warfare: The Battle for the Skies by Frank Ledwidge.

Complete the entry form below by 30 September 2018 to be in with a chance of winning. This competition is open to everybody, so please do share it with your friends and family. Our three winners will be drawn at random and contacted by email in October.

Bomber Command veterans visit BBMF

Header image: The veterans group with their escorts in front of BBMF Lancaster PA474 on 23rd August 2018. (All photos: Clive Rowley)

The BBMF organised another of its ‘Veterans Days’ on Thursday 23rd August, giving a small group of nonagenarians the chance to visit and be hosted by the Flight for the afternoon, at its base at RAF Coningsby.

Some of the veterans had visited the BBMF before, but some had not. They gathered in the BBMF’s ‘Lancaster Lounge’ and were served a buffet lunch whilst chatting with members of the BBMF and amongst each other. More than 70 years after their wartime experiences, some memories are fading, but a story from one of them triggered a tale from another, and they certainly had some stories to tell.

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