RAF Ingham Heritage Group, our team of local volunteers based in West Lindsey, Lincolnshire have
just been awarded The King’s Award for Voluntary Service.
This is the highest award a local
voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to an MBE.
“RAF Ingham Heritage Centre is a globally unique project to remember and celebrate the remarkable story of the Polish men and women of the Polish Air Force Bomber Squadrons, flying alongside the RAF during WW2.”
Heritage Project Update
The removal of the old roof that was falling in, has been undertaken.
New insulated metal clad sheeting installed
CAFE & TOILET BLOCKS
Work has continued to the cafe and toilets. The site now has water and electricity supplies which will allow us to offer these facilities soon...
WHITE & RED EAGLE ASSOCIATION
Some of our new team members from the Polish community in Yorkshire...
RAF INGHAM AT A GLANCE
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 and those who served from there had almost been forgotten in time...
The airfield lies some 15 miles due-north of the City of Lincoln, England.
The Heritage Centre is now closed to the public for the winter period
RAF Ingham Heritage Centre