From time to time, talks are held at the Museum by a volunteer member of the Museum, an author or historian on a range of subjects relating to the Battle of Britain. Full details of these will be announced on our website and through our various social media sites.
The Museum is pleased to be able to offer speakers to interested groups, societies or organisations on a range of subjects relating to the Battle of Britain, the Museum, History of RAF Hawkinge and aircraft recovery.
The presentations are usually given as a power point presentation and can usually be tailored to your requirements. Talks can also be tailored to the length you require, usually range from 45 minutes to 90 minutes and can include question and answer sessions, during or after the talk. We do expect however that all equipment be supplied by the group, society or organisation.
To date talks have been carried out by volunteers from the Museum as far apart as Filton in Gloucestershire and at the Historic Aircraft Collection, at IWM, Duxford in Cambridgeshire, as well as more local talks in and around Kent.
If you would like to arrange a talk for your group, please contact a member of staff after your visit and they will be happy to put you in touch with the right person, alternatively contact Museum Chairman David Brocklehurst.