Saving Amy project Blackpool airport open day
and live on Freeview channel 276
My name is Eric Watkiss and I am a volunteer at the Lytham St Anne’s spitfire visitors centre, Blackpool airport.
I am project lead of a group restoring a World War II airplane, an Airspeed Oxford.
This is the same type of aircraft that the aviatrix Amy Johnson flew in 1941 when she mysteriously went missing.
We are having a special day this Saturday, October 14 to promote this project and make people aware of Amy and her fate.
Her family later lived in Blackpool. Her sister first followed by her parents after Amy’s death.
We have Amy Johnson re reactors A kids workshop making models of Amy aeroplane. We also have Jane Priston an expert on Amy’s life and the aircrafts cockpit will be on display .
The event is ticket only from our website .
I can be contacted on this email address or by mobile on 07715548401
Regards Eric Watkiss
Saving Amy project
Saving Amy or hangar 42 spitfire visitors centre