RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre

COVID-19 Announcement

Under UK Government guidelines on the easing of lockdown restrictions, the RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre opened to the public on the 18th May 2021.

Since then we have welcomed over 300 visitors. To ensure your continued safety and the safety of the volunteer staff we will continue to adhere to the following safety guidelines.

  • Hand Sanitising on entry.
  • Face masks or face coverings are advised to be worn within the Centre.
  • Please comply with the Health and Safety brief on arrival.
  • No more than 6 people in a visiting group.
  • A one way system has been created within the Centre for your safety.

We would like to thank all our friends and followers who have rallied around us during the pandemic. The warmth and friendship shown by all has been an inspiration to the joint Military and Civilian team.

During the lockdown period the Centre was active in the background – Our researcher Mr Mark Every has answered many research questions and is still attempting to help with a number of investigations regarding friends or relatives of families who have served at RAF Marham or indeed the wider RAF community – please continue to contact Mark or the Curator in the first instance should you require assistance.

Other ongoing work has been to improve the visitor experience by updating the displays and by actively improving the archivable material, thus making it more accessible in the future – Should anyone have memorabilia or photographs that they would like to share or donate, please contact the Curator.

If you wish to get in touch, please contact us via email. See details on the ‘contact us’ page.

**SPECIAL OFFER** – Please see the Research and Donating page for a special offer on our new Operational History Book.

Please also see the Research and Donating page for information on how to donate to the Centre Charity fund.

The RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre is proud to announce that it has been awarded the COVID-19 Industry Standard under the ”WE’RE GOOD TO GO” project. This is in recognition of following the government and industry COVID-19 guidelines ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.


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