We were delighted to contribute the ironmongery ourselves to this fantastic project which is a memorial to our country’s heroes that gave up so much for our futures. The unique building design is intended to remind visitors of World War Two’s most Iconic aircraft, The Spitfire, complete with its famous uplift.
The Wing’s Scramble Experience is a hands-on attraction that allows visitors to learn more about what it was like for those soldiers affectionately known as “Churchill’s Few” during the summer and Autumn of 1940. A central ‘cockpit’ area with an open balcony offers superb views across the Channel to France, from where the Luftwaffe would have appeared in 1940. A special piece of technology will allow visitors to look through binoculars at the view as it is today and then ‘see’ incoming German aircraft approaching.
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