Royal Air Force Station Ingham was a grass airfield, used mainly by No1 Group, Bomber Command, Royal Air Force and only ever existed during the Second World War.  The airfield lies some 15 miles due-north of the City of Lincoln, England.
The airfield and those who served from there had almost been forgotten in time.  in 2003, Geoff Burton, (the founding member), became fascinated by the airfield and its hidden history and started to research the airfield’s past.

This culminated in an Exhibition held on 1st May 2010 at Fillingham Village Hall.  The Exhibition received over 200 visitors that day and the interest from the local community was remarkable.  As a result, an enthusiastic group of local volunteers got together and formed the RAF Ingham Heritage Group on 25th November 2010.  Their aim was to preserve the memories and deeds of those who had served and flown from the airfield during the war years.

Please feel free to view the website and see the great strides we’ve made and our plans and objectives for the next 18 – 24 months.
Thank You.


(Please do not copy or plagiarise any picture, diagram, text or image from this website without our express permission)


Note:  All of the old airfield and its outlying sites are now on private land; and following numerous intrusions onto the land by vandals and thieves the landowners and farmers will not take kindly to individuals roaming across their land.


PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY!


Czesc ich Pamieci (Honour to their Memory)
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We are a charity and if you can help in anyway, please make contact

We are constantly looking for Funding, Materials or Relevant Artefacts

New Entrance Sign

Work Starts on the Cabin Roof

New Nissen Hut Base

Entrance Taking Shape