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Nick Loveday
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The RAF Air Defence Radar Museum Needs YOUR Support
21.02.2015 at 16:35:28
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Introducing the RAF Air Defence Radar Museum, Neatishead, Norfolk

The Museum is located on the site of the world’s longest continuously operating radar site and provides a unique window into the history of radar.  The museum has twenty exhibition rooms and as part of the visit offers a free guided tour with presentations on the Battle of Britain, Development of Radar through the War and the Cold War!

The Museum is a Registered Charity (No 1058887) and receives no financial support from the RAF or the MOD.

You can support the Museum by visiting or becoming a Friend.

As well as revenue from Entrance Fees, the generosity of the Friends of the RAF Air Defence Radar Museum goes a long way to meeting the day to day running costs of the Museum.  However, the Friends bring much, much more to the Museum than that.  Many of them have been involved with the Air Defence of Great Britain and our Forces abroad with several WWII veterans in their number.  In fact, all eras of Air Defence are currently represented within the Friends organisation and, as such, they provide an invaluable source of information and anecdotes spanning the decades. 

However, you do not have to have been involved in the RAF or Air Defence to make a huge contribution.  Many of the Friends are simply visitors who have been captured by the spirit of the Museum and the volunteers they have met.  For details of the benefits and how to join go to their website:
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