National Volunteer Week!

Back in the 1980s, a small group of dedicated volunteers made up of WW2 veterans and others hauled aircraft out of farmer’s fields, accepted and catalogued thousands of donations of artefacts, and restored WW2 buildings to their original condition so that visitors could instantly be transported back in time and learn about the sacrifices made for their freedom.  Fast forward to 40 years later, and our volunteers still take on the same monumental tasks to make this museum the renowned one of a kind site that it is.  

We are eternally grateful for the group of volunteers we have, who care so deeply about this museum and its mandate and work tirelessly for it. A huge thank you to all of you, our museum would not exist without the incredibly hard work and invaluable contributions you have made.  To future volunteers who might be interested, please reach out, we need you more then ever!

From the staff of the CATPM,

Stephen and Kathy

Published by catpmuseum

The CATPM mission is to commemorate the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan by telling its story, preserving its artifacts, and paying tribute to the thousands of Air Force personnel, who gave their lives during WWII.

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