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The Helicopter Museum in Weston-super-Mare will be holding its second annual Aero Jumble and military collectors’ event on Sunday, April 29, raising funds to help preserve its unique collection of aircraft.
The museum’s display hangar, which houses the world’s largest collection of rotorcraft — including the world speed record holder G-LYNX and two helicopters of the Queen’s Royal Flight — will be turned into a flight and military-themed ‘jumble sale’ for the day.
It will be an aviation fan’s paradise with items for sale ranging from aviation magazines, books and art to cockpit instruments, aircraft seats and rotor blades. Plus with tables full of smaller items, visiting families are sure to find a unique souvenir to take home.
The jumble has over 30 exhibitor tables booked in along with hundreds of items being sold by the museum.
The event will take place take place from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on April 29. Usual admission prices apply which will include entry to the Aero Jumble, museum and Weston Aviation Exhibition housed in Weston Airfield’s WWII-era control tower and pilots block.