The Joys of Volunteering!

The RAF Museum at Defford is jointly run by The Defford Airfield Heritage Group and The National Trust. This historic site played a significant role in the development of in-flight Radar both in WW2 and into the Cold War period of the 1950’s.

The Museum is run and staffed by Volunteers, people from all walks of life, who love to talk about the history of t his important site. If you have an interest in history, plus have a flair for story-telling, are retired or have spare time on your hands do consider the rewarding role of a Museum Volunteer. Besides our common interest, the Museum Volunteers have a lively social scene, with regular walks and events.

If you would like to learn more about this friendly and dedicated group of volunteers, please email either Rob Amatt or Ann Sterry on either of the following emails. or They will organise a visit and explain just why the Defford story is so interesting