Herald G-CEXP through the years

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SHARPENING THE FOCUS

SHARPENING THE FOCUS

This has been a tough year, with hard lessons to be learned. G-CEXP remains at Gatwick, still sitting airside, and still looking unloved and neglected. We've tried hard to get access to her, so that we can at least do some cleaning and tidying, but her inaccessibility creates huge...

 
KEEPING HEALTHY

FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITY

The amazing Clive Grievson has helped us to team up with Xenca UK, whose fantastic products can help you to optimise your inner health and visibly radiate vitality. Their website features sensibly priced products for natural skincare, collagen, nutrition and more. We particularly...

 
QUEEN OF THE SKIES

QUEEN OF THE SKIES

Here's a group that deserves your support as they work to preserve one of the most iconic airliners of all time. The VC10, rightly named Queen of the Skies, was a magnificent aircraft, and one that still holds the record for the fastest non-supersonic transatlantic passenger...

 
XE956 UPDATE

XE956 MAKING PROGRESS

The Vampire has started to look like an aeroplane!

When she arrived at St Athan in September, she was little more than a few large components and a whole lot of boxes of bits. Now, thanks to the expertise of Gary Spoors and his team, she's beginning to look like the exploded...

 
NEW ARRIVAL

NEW ARRIVAL AT ST ATHAN

We're excited to be entering into a new partnership to restore XE596, the Sea Vampire belonging to Jon Vivash. We've been in discussion with Jon for some time now and it's been great to find so much in common with a fellow vintage aviation addict. XE596 is disassembled...

 

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