admin


History

1940 – The RAF Move In Originally prepared in 1940 as a satellite of RAF Waterbeach, Bottisham was built as a grass airfield and was initially used by the Cambridge based Tiger Moths of No.22 Elementary Flying Training School as a relief landing ground. During a two-year period beginning in […]


Volunteer with Us! 2

The museum relies on volunteers to run and as such we are always on the look out for new volunteers. At the moment we have one team of volunteers building our Nissen hut. This team tends to be found at the museum ┬ámost Sundays fro 10.30am. All that is needed […]


Welcome to Bottisham Airfield Museum

We are a small but steadily growing museum, based near to Cambridge, dedicated to honouring all those who served at Bottisham Airfield during the 1940’s: The RAF, the USAAF 8th Airforce and the Belgian Air Force, and also remembering the contribution made by local people. The museum was founded in […]