The museum is now closed for the year as we embark on winter maintenance. The Society and museum reopened in March following closure due to the COVID pandemic. We have experienced a few problems with diary dates and admin and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

We have been made aware of a second website using the Robertsbridge Aviation Society name. We would like to point out that this website is not administered to by our Society and that if you are reading this news article this website is our official website and contains the correct contact details. Once again we apologies for any confusion.

The Society and museum has had a good year and we have welcomed many visitors back to Bush Barn. Our fund raising events have been well supported raising much needed funds needed to maintain the museum buildings and grounds. Many thanks to everyone who has supported us and visited our museum collection in 2022.

Winter maintenance is now well under way, hedges and ditches are being attended to and we are also disposing of unwanted jumble and also furniture and building materials the we have acquired when we took possession of the remaining nissen huts at Bush Barn. We have also sorted through some of our surplus museum exhibits and have swapped them for new exhibits more relevant to our collection. Once we have disposed of any unwanted items we will commence the conversion of Hut 6 into a new museum building. We plan to have a large area dedicated to Lancaster LM650 and move some other bomber command associated exhibits to this building as well as displaying other parts held in storage.

We wish all our members and supporters a very Happy Christmas and we look forward to welcoming you to Bush Barn in 2023