The Lincolnshire Aviation Society usually meets on the third Thursday of each month at the Royal Naval Association Club located on Coulson Road in Lincoln. Meetings usually commence at 8.00 PM. Non-members are very welcome to attend; there is a £3 charge on the door (unless otherwise stated).
As in previous years the programme for 2016 featured interesting talks and presentations on a wide variety of subjects, both by guest speakers and the society's own members. The programme for 2017 is again looking interesting, with further details being added as they become available and a full programme will be added shortly.
The Society also organises visits to sites of interest for its members. Recent visits have included a visit to the RAF Cranwell Heritage Centre and a guided tour of the German War Cemetery and former RAF Hednesford Recruit Training camp on Cannock Chase. As visit details are confirmed they will be added to the Society’s programme.
Thursday 16th November 2017 - 8.00pm
‘Anatomy of a Bomber Command Raid’
The Society welcomes Sqn Ldr Mike Pugh-Davies RAF (Ret’d) for a return visit, who will be giving an illustrated talk on how RAF Bomber Command raids evolved during the Second World War.