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    Weʼve raised £30 to fund our classroom conversion on-board our Fokker F27 'Friendship' aircraft, G-BCDN located at the City of Norwich Aviation Museum.

    Norwich, United Kingdom
    Funded on Tuesday, 1st May 2018

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    The museum plans to re-paint this aircraft in its former Air Anglia colours along with totally stripping the cabin, creating a modern classroom for educational purposes. The outside of the aircraft, along with the repaint, will be tidied up and the aircrafts history displayed on the rear bulkhead.

    The cockpit will be cleaned and made 'safe' giving younger visitors the opportunity to sit in a classic airliner. Although small, the museum plans to investigate whether the front cargo door can be used as a wheelchair accessible door allowing less-able visitors to have the opportunity to see inside one of our aircraft.

    The money raised on this page will go towards the City of Norwich Aviation Museum's F-27 Classroom Conversion Project - 100% of funds (minus justgiving fees) will be used towards this project - if any funds remain, they will be used towards the future upkeep of the aircraft.

    To donate, please donate in person via cash or cheque to the City of Norwich Aviation Museum, Old Norwich Road, Horsham St Faith, NR10 3JF (stating F-27 classroom conversion) or via this page.

    The museum is also interested in any stories, memorabilia or pictures relating to Air UK or Air Anglia.



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      • Anonymous


        Oct 27, 2017

        Best of luck with this most worthwhile project !

      • John  Spratling

        John Spratling

        Oct 22, 2017

        Here's to your project.


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      Thomas Emms

      Thomas Emms

      Norwich, United Kingdom

      Volunteer at the City of Norwich Aviation Museum responsible for the restoration of the Avro Vulcan (XM612).

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