Farnborough Air Sciences Trust
Donate a Commemorative Engraved Brick
Would you like to be part of the fabric of Farnborough?
Passers by on Farnborough Road and visitors to the Museum will know that the area around the Cody Statue is paved with engraved bricks, donated by individuals and organisations in support of the Cody Statue Project.
A second Buy a Brick Scheme is in place outside the Museum along the grass verge facing the English Electric Lighning T.5 XS 420 which continues to support the work of FAST.
The bricks here carry inscriptions commemorating people who are aviation enthusiasts or who have had an association with Farnborough, and in particular with the Royal Aircraft Establishment.
Donations will be used by FAST to continue its work in preserving the aviation heritage of Farnborough.
Perhaps you might:
- have an association with the RAE, or a relative who was proud to have worked there in the past;
- have been involved with aviation in some other capacity;
- be a resident or company based in Farnborough who would like to commemorate your association here with the donation of a brick.
The brick can be engraved with your name and perhaps significant dates, if appropriate.
All companies with aviation or Farnborough interests who make a substantial donation will also be offered a double brick engraved with their company name, as part of the recognition of their contribution to FAST.
Please use the links below to make your donation, buy a brick and order your inscription.
1 or 2 lines engraved
Donation of £50
Up to 4 lines engraved
Donation of £100
If you would prefer to pay by cash, cheque or credit card by post or in person, please download and complete the following form with your details and requested inscription.
Other Ways to Support Us
Fundraising & Sponsorship
Become a sponsor or run a fundraising event. If you would like to help raise funds in any way, please email email@example.com or phone 01252 375050 on a Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday when the office is manned.
MUSEUM OPENING HOURS
Saturdays, Sundays and
Bank Holiday Mondays
10.00am - 4.00pm
The FAST Museum RE-OPENED on Saturday 31 July 2021.
The Wind Tunnels remain CLOSED, but we expect an update on this very soon.
Covid Secure Guided tours of the Man-Carrying Centrifuge are running.
All postponed events are currently being rescheduled and dates will be posted soon>>