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« on: 30 August, 2020, 08:41:59 PM »

Italian Wheels & Wings at Cosford on Sunday 13th September

Address: Lysander Ave, Cosford, Shifnal TF11 8UP

This event will be held at the RAF Museum at Cosford starting at 10 am. To comply with the Museum’s requirements regarding COVID 19, we will have our own dedicated display area where we can meet fellow enthusiasts while safely social distancing. There will also be free access to all areas of the museum where you may see not only the awesome aircraft but also other aviation-related artefacts. PLEASE NOTE: Face Masks MUST be worn when inside the museum buildings. See: https://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/cosford/

All Italian vehicles on two and four wheels are invited. Applications for entry MUST be made through IAMC – NOT the Museum. The entry fee is £7, which will include the museum parking charge and a small donation to the costs incurred by IAMC. However, fully paid up IAMC members with a current membership card may pay the parking fee of £5 only. If you are unsure of your membership status please contact paul@italianautomotoclub.co.uk for clarification.

Payment And Entry Details –
MUST be received no later than 6th September:

Payment (£5 for current IAMC members, £7 for lapsed and non-members) may be:
by BACS TO:
Italian Auto Moto Club Ltd  sort code: 20-13-67 account number: 30644323

Or by PayPal: just log onto the PayPal website, and send your payment to: payments@italianautomotoclub.co.uk

As soon as you have made payment you must send an Email to:
paul@italianautomotoclub.co.uk  With the following essential entry information:
 
We MUST have the following information in full to comply with the museum’s COVID 19 requirements –

Your full name

IAMC membership number if paying £5

Did you pay by BACS or Pay Pal?

If your payment was made by another person or company what is their name?

Your mobile ‘phone number

Your preferred Email address

Your full postal address including post code

Your car / bike registration number

Your car / bike make and model

Your entry cannot be accepted without payment and the above information. When your entry details and payment have been received you will receive an acknowledgement with any further information that you may need.

Please also note that anyone wishing to attend with a non-Italian vehicle MUST book themselves in via the museum website and use the normal car park. This is because in these days of COVID 19 they must control the number of people entering the Museum. So it is best to book in ASAP to avoid possible disappointment. Just turning up is not an option.

Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain – Cosford is home to the world’s oldest Spitfire, the Cosford Museum houses a collection of both British and German aircraft from the Battle of Britain era.  The Spitfire forms the centre piece of the new display, where the RAF’s frontline fighters, the Spitfire, Hurricane, Gladiator and Defiant are face to face with their German rivals the Me 109 and Ju88, to tell a coherent story.  Previously unseen objects from the Museum’s collection including a Rhino suit worn by Defiant pilots, Dowding’s jacket, artefacts from the plotting rooms and medal bars, will share the stories of the people who helped win the Battle, in the air and on the ground.  A highlight of the new display is James Nicolson’s flying jacket and medal bar containing his VC medal, the only VC awarded during the Battle.  Nicolson also flew the Spitfire on display at Cosford.  
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Steve Pilgrim
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