I just had to come and complete a review of this small but fascinating museum... I genuinely found the volunteers who run it enthusiastic and informed. I spoke to four gentlemen individually and only caught the name of one, David, but all made the displays and the information come alive with their tales and memories.
I cannot recommend this museum enough, and wanted to thank the Volunteers for their time and energy. I was drawn to the story of Ann Reeves who I shared a birthday with and would have loved to have read more information of the role of the women ... in perhaps one of the pamphlets on sale? We learnt about the fabric used on the hurricane, and the difference between them and spitfires, the stories of special agents, the role of Waddingtons in POW camps and the Lysander trips... I loved it. My boys loved it. We will be back! 5*****
PS One of the volunteers recommended the book Agent ZigZag... please let him know I am thoroughly enjoying it!!
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