Wherever you are you can learn about Army Flying 

We are really looking forward to be able get back out on the road and visit your group. We're following all COVID guidelines and we are happy to discuss how we can tailor sessions to your requirements, group needs and location. Our Workshops and Talks are designed for adult community groups, adult learners, and family learning groups. Our workshops involve handling real Museum objects, as well as a range of art and craft activities. To book your session email our Outreach Officer, Dan Ball at: outreach@armyflying.com

We will be taking our pop up museum activities out on the road to the following locations over the next few months and into 2022!

Our Pop Up Museum events will be at the following events:

  • 18th September (10am-4pm) Portchester Gala
  • 24th, 25th, 26th September Lee on Solent Victory Festival, Lee on the Solent recreation ground
  • 25th October – Fareham Library (11am-3pm)
  • 26th October – Fordingbridge Library (11am-3pm)

  • 28th October – Ringwood Library (11am)

You also have the option to book one of our Museum At Home Virtual Outreach sessions - for details click HERE

A resident from Roman Lodge Nursing Home in Basingstoke
Cub in Pith Helmet
A participant from Lockwood Age Concern Day Centre
A participant from Lockwood Age Concern Day Centre
A participant from Lockwood Age Concern Day Centre
Outreach Session with Stockbridge Cubs
Scout Group
Brendoncare Fleet & Church Crookham Welcome Club
Brendoncare Fleet & Church Crookham Welcome Club

It was a very fun informative session which exceeded expectations which was enjoyed by everyone’

Wellesley Court Live at Home Scheme

Thank you so much for coming to our group and running the session. The residents really loved it and are looking forward to visiting the museum!

Turning Point learning disabilities group

The session was very informative and a great way to engage our group for young people with learning disabilities

Basingstoke Mencap Youth Club

It was excellent, and Dan was fantastic with the residents.

Ashbourne Court Care Home