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Weʼre raising £3,000 to Help Tony Agar move HJ711 to the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

Location
Elvington, United Kingdom
Time left
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Following many years residence at its current home of the Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, Tony Agar plans to move his de Havilland Mosquito NF.II HJ711 to a new home at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre. The move will be taking place by November, and planning for the move is already underway.

Speaking recently, Tony expressed excitement at the new home for HJ711 and the additional facilities that will be available allowing him to complete work to enable HJ711’s engines to be run for the first time in over 70 years.

There will be a substantial cost associated with the move. Donations will help ensure that the personal cost to Tony is minimised. Any donations over and above the amount required to move HJ711 will go towards running the aircraft following the move.

All donations will go directly to Tony Agar (please read the terms and conditions on this site before donating to ensure that you agree with them, see https://www.justgiving.com/info/terms-of-service#uk-terms for details). Please contact Elaine Wilcox via the HJ711 Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/Mossiehj711 or Andy Dawson at the Mossie.org website at http://www.mossie.org/HJ711 or the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre website at http://www.lincsaviation.co.uk if you have any questions.

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  • Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

    Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

    3 days ago

    Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

    We've been absolutely amazed at the support received for Tony's move of HJ711! Thank you, all of you, for the donations, messages and offers of support. All donations will go directly to Tony to help with the move, so anything, big or small will be an enormous help to him.

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  • Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

    Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

    15 days ago

    Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

    Thank you so much to everyone who has donated! Tony is overwhelmed and overjoyed at the support he's received having announced the move. All donations, no matter the size, are important and will help Tony get HJ711 moved successfully. Thank you all for your support!

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17 days ago

Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox started crowdfunding

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  • Russ Walters

    Russ Walters

    Jun 27, 2017

    HAPPY TO HELP...looking forward to seeing her at East Kirkby,and hearing those sweet Merlins roar

  • Thomas Olsen

    Thomas Olsen

    Jun 27, 2017

    £10.00

  • Richard Faint

    Richard Faint

    Jun 27, 2017

    Look forward to seeing 711 taxiing in the future.

    £50.00

  • John + Gwyneth Taylor

    John + Gwyneth Taylor

    Jun 27, 2017

    Looking forward to seeing her at East Kirby

    £10.00

  • Russ Abbey

    Russ Abbey

    Jun 27, 2017

    Good luck with the move.

    £10.00

  • David Harker

    David Harker

    Jun 27, 2017

    Good luck with the move.Looking forward to seeing her at East Kirkby :)

    £10.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Jun 26, 2017

    I cant stand and watch anyone struggle alone to preserve the finest aircraft of WW2. This is for my late father who served on PR14's. Brilliant effort my hats off to you.

Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

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Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

Tony Agar, Andy Dawson and Elaine Wilcox

Elvington, United Kingdom

Tony Agar owns de Havilland Mosquito HJ711 currently housed at the Yorkshire Air Museum. Elaine Wilcox runs the HJ711 Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/Mossiehj711. Andy Dawson runs the Mosquito Page website at http://www.mossie.org.

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