RAF Scampton is renowned as the former home of the famous World War II Dambusters 617 squadron. However, Scampton was established in 1916 during World War One. Originally known as Brattleby, the station was created as part of the nascent air defence of the country against the Zeppelin threat and simultaneously played host to an air training element.
NB RAF Scampton is an operational air base. In order to comply with military security clearance, all visitors (over the age of 16) must complete a Booking Request Form for security clearance. Please note that all visitors to RAF Scampton Museum are required to show photo-ID (preferably a Passport) upon arrival.

Reference: RAFS 2019
Contact: Susan Edge Lincolnshire@artfund.org.uk

This event has been organised by the Lincolnshire Fundraising Committee Volunteer Fundraising Committee to help raise money for the Art Fund.

RAF Scampton, Lincoln


Entry details

£15 (includes Tea/coffee)

To book, please contact Susan Edge on Lincolnshire@artfund.org.uk

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