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Rougham Control Tower Aviation Museum reopens for first time this year




An aviation museum has opened its doors for the first this year.

The Rougham Control Tower Aviation Museum was back welcoming in guests on Sunday.

Social distancing guidelines were in place with access limited to a few at a time.

Re enactor and member Paul servicing a 50 mm aircraft machine gun, 10 of which were carried on the bombers.	Photo provided by Mike Brundle.
Re enactor and member Paul servicing a 50 mm aircraft machine gun, 10 of which were carried on the bombers. Photo provided by Mike Brundle.

Graham Sage, chairman, said he was 'delighted' with the numbers who attended on Sunday and was looking forward to welcoming more visitors during the coming months.

A post on the museum's Facebook page added: "We had an incredible first day back with lots of great feedback for all the changes and updates to the displays that we've worked so hard on over the past few months.

"There is always more to do however and we will continue to develop and evolve as time goes by."

The museum is open every Sunday from 10am-4pm.


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