Celebrating 79 years of the Blenheim and 29 years as a Society

     

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A short history of the restorations

The aims of the Society

The Society was set up to commemorate the crews of the Bristol Blenheim Bomber/Fighter of World War 2

This group of men were known as 'Blenheim Boys'

How about joining the society

Our standard membership is just 15 per year

Click here for an Application Form

 

L6739 YP-Q at Wittering in February 1940.

The nose section was rescued by   Ralph Nelson (a Bristol employee)   and transformed into an electric car

Blenheim Society Journals Tables of Contents

(with thanks to Ann Papageorgiou)

Issues 40 to 49      50 to 59       60 to 69

 

   

L6739 YP-Q flying at Duxford in  May 2016

The nose of this aircraft contains many of the internal fixtures and fittings from the original aircraft pictured above

Can You Help?

The MOD are trying to trace the family of

AC1 Clifford Granville Shaw - KIA 14/5/1940 aged 19

  https://www.gov.uk/government/news/final-effort-to-find-family-of-world-war-2-hero-clifford-granville-shaw

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(updated 21/8/2016)