It is now more than a year since we lost our Vice-
"We have also been unable to hold a "celebration of life" with their extended family and friends that we had initially planned for last September -
As a result of the above, we have not been able to extend a huge "thankyou" to all the MHAS members and supporters who sent such kind messages following the loss of Mum and Dad. As you are very aware, MHAS and the Control Tower Museum had been such an important part of Dad's life, and his passion for the projects, events and overall cause never waned -
In conclusion, I would like to wish MHAS committee, members and supporters every success for the future. To dad it was a project worth fighting for, and getting off the ground was a struggle, but now in flight, I hope that your collective captaincy will steer the museum to even greater success and importance in the future, but as Robert "Bob" Dunnett has had to bow out, it's up to me to thank you ALL for your unwavering love and support to a very special man that I was lucky enough to call Dad".
Due to the latest government guidelines we are no longer able to hold the previously advertised meeting at the Community Hall on 2nd July.
The next projected meeting should be on Friday, August 6th.
NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK AVIATION MUSEUM
Friday 20th August. A trip has been organised by Howard King to visit the museum.
The coach will leave the Community Hall, Felixstowe Road at 5pm and will depart from Flixton at approximately 9pm. The cost will be £17. Please contact Howard on 01473 274300 or email email@example.com to reserve your seat.
Government guidelines may require postponement or cancellation of this event. Please check with the web site