Time is drawing near for visitors to grab their Early Bird ticket prices for the next Wallop Wheels and Wings event to be held at the Army Flying Museum in Middle Wallop on Saturday 13 July.  With prices increasing from 1 Feb, the Museum is encouraging enthusiasts to take advantage of reduced prices and get booking for what is set to be another big event in the calendar.

The event will again feature a wide array of classic and super cars, motor bikes and aircraft, to please enthusiasts of all ages.  Visitors will have the opportunity to stroll around the historic Army Air Corps airfield to chat with the pilots attending the event and, in some instances, even sit in the aircraft.  Weather permitting, a wide range of aircraft will fly in and out of the Museum throughout the event, including a rather special ‘Spitmunk’ making its first appearance at the event.

For non-enthusiasts, there will be the opportunity to browse the artisan trader village, with over 40 stalls selling a wide range of arts, crafts, food and drink, or to sit back and enjoy some great live music on the airfield stage.

Activities for families and children will be in abundance, with fantastic inflatables, laser tag, circus skills, replica historic pedal planes, mini tanks, face painting and lots of craft and interactive activities to keep little ones busy throughout the day.  This year the Museum will introduce an Innovation Zone to the event with lots of hands-on activities to challenge and inspire young minds.

The Museum is pleased to announce their main sponsor of the event – GKN Aerospace – will be delivering some unique activities within the Innovation Zone alongside companies including Rolls-Royce Ltd and RC Vision.

As the Museum works towards the Armed Forces Covenant gold award, a charity village to enable military charities to showcase the work they do will take pride of place within the main airfield.  For information on booking a free charity stand at the event, please contact corporate@armyflying.com

All tickets booked in advance for the event qualify for a free annual pass to encourage visitors to return to the Museum throughout the year and find out more about the history of Army Flying.  With activities at all the school holidays included within the annual pass, along with trails, mini tours, special events etc, the Museum is really establishing its place on the local attractions scene following its recent placing as Best Aviation Museum in the Airscene Awards.

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Interviews – Lucy Johnson, Chief Executive of the Army Flying Museum is available for interview, please contact me at corporate@armyflying.com if you would like to arrange this.