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Online Talk: Spitfire Elizabeth & the Roaring Boys
16 April at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us on Zoom for a new Online Talk and discover the amazing true story of Royal Canadian Air Force’s 411 Squadron!
These fearless pilots flew their Spitfires from several airfields in the South East including RAF Biggin Hill and Tangmere.
Our speaker, Nick Oram, will share with us the missions flown in the winter of 1943-44, leading up to D-Day and beyond, and will tell the personal stories of several of the Roaring Boys pilots, sharing archive footage of them discussing their experiences.
By Nick Oram
Joining the Talk
The talk will be held online on Zoom at 11am on Friday 16th April. Limited places are available.
Non-Annual Member Tickets: £4
Annual Member Tickets: Free
Book your ticket online here. One ticket per Zoom screen is required.
The Zoom joining details (ID & password) will be emailed to you shortly before the start of the talk. Please log on at 10.50am, ready for a prompt start at 11am.
During the talk, you will see and hear the speaker, but you will not be heard or seen on screen yourself. There will be the opportunity to ask questions via the Q&A function.
Please note: Please ensure you have a good internet connection and bandwidth before joining the talk. Bentley Priory Museum does not accept responsibility for user-end connectivity issues (such as loss of internet or sound/video distortion).
About Annual Membership
Annual members benefit from free access to our Online Talks and onsite Friday Morning Talks programmes, as well as unlimited access to the Museum galleries, gardens and cafe on standard open days and school holiday family activities. Annual memberships affected by the temporary closure of the Museum due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions will be extended once the Museum reopens.
Support Bentley Priory Museum
As an independent charity, the past year of lockdown closure has had a huge impact on Bentley Priory Museum and we rely on your support to continue to safeguard and share the incredibly important story of Bentley Priory and the Battle of Britain.
If you enjoy this talk and would like to support the Museum with a donation, any amount great or small is hugely appreciated!