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Flying high at RAF Cosford with busy month ahead and four major events

By Black Country Bugle  |  Posted: June 07, 2014

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STAFF at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford are busy preparing for the busy month ahead which will see four big events take place throughout June.

Sunday, June 8: RAF Cosford Air Show is one of the country's top aviation events attracting thousands of people of all ages. Advance tickets cost £20 for an adult with children under 16 free, when accompanied by an adult. Full details at www.cosfordair show.co.uk or phone 01902 377922.

Sunday, June 15: D-Day Afternoon Concert. The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford will be marking the 70th anniversary of this event with a D-Day themed Orchestra Concert. The highly-decorated Glebe Symphonic Winds, one of the UK's leading wind orchestras, will perform at 3pm. Tickets cost £5 per person and are available to purchase via the museum website.

June 15 - July 18: The Great War Commemorative Exhibition is a collection of work by the Cheshire Artist Network. Entry to the museum and to view the exhibition is free of charge.

Saturday, June 28: This special day will commence in Hangar One at 11am talks, entertainment and access to the Conservation Centre including an update on the Dornier Do 17, salvaged from the English Channel a year ago. There will also be a flypast from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Dakota (weather permitting). Attendance is free of charge and by advance registration only for current or ex-serving members of the armed forces.

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