The Mayor of Rushmoor Cllr Clive Grattan unveils the FAST Museum Flag. The Lady Mayoress looks on.

Hawker Hurricane R4118, the only remaining Type 1 Hurricane still flying that took part in the Battle of Britain, salutes FAST. Read the story of this remarkable aircraft at https://www.hurricaneheritage.com/the-aircraft/hurricane-r4118/

 A reception was held in the Cody Pavilion on Monday 23rd October to mark the 30th Anniversary of FAST. Volunteers hosted senior representatives from business, together with a wide range of representatives from across the defence, aerospace, heritage, educational and community sectors. 

The Mayor of Rushmoor Cllr Clive Grattan unveils the FAST Museum Flag. The Lady Mayoress looks on.

The Mayor of Rushmoor Cllr Clive Grattan unveils the FAST Museum Flag. The Lady Mayoress looks on.

The Mayor of Rushmoor Cllr Clive Grattan unveils the FAST Museum Flag. The Lady Mayoress looks on.

Andrew Lloyd, Chairman of the Trustee Board leads the guests in toasting the future of FAST.

 

Richard Gardner, Honorary Life President of FAST gives the closing remarks in front of the full scale replica of British Army Aeroplane Number 1A

The Mayor of Rushmoor Cllr Clive Grattan unveils the FAST Museum Flag. The Lady Mayoress looks on.

Mr Tom Floyd, Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire cuts the Anniversary cake. Watched over by Andrew Lloyd Chairman of FAST and Mr Cody

The Mayor of Rushmoor Cllr Clive Grattan unveils the FAST Museum Flag. The Lady Mayoress looks on.

Founder members of FAST left to right Fin Gordon and Laurence Peskett talking to Julian Harrrap (3rd from the left) Consulting Architect involved in the original listings on the historic site.

Long term friends of FAST from left to right Keith Manns, Cllr David Clifford Leader of Rushmoor Borough Council and Mrs Lizzie Clifford, Lady Howarth and Sir Gerald Howarth President of the Historic Aircraft Association.