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David has reminded us that he is following in the footsteps of our founder, Elfan ap Rees, who received the same award in 2008.It is a matter of some pride that two recipients of this award are associated with The Museum.Scheduled air services started in 1936 using the de Havilland DH.84 Dragon.

Alison Page, the Museum's Project Manager for this Coastal Communities Fund enterprise, has described how the entire roof was replaced and new windows installed so that work on the interior of the building could proceed to completion as the 2015/16 winter approached.

The buildings will be transformed into a new Museum, planned for opening in early 2017, which will tell the story of Weston's Aviation Heritage.

It was initially based at North Denes to service the gas drilling industry in the southern North Sea but subsequently spent three years on the Penzance/Scilly Islands scheduled passenger service. On transfer to The Helicopter Museum in 1995, G-BKGD was intended for use as an engine running demonstrator but remained in storage until 2010.

The American Helicopter Society (AHS) has presented Friends Member, David Gibbings MBE, with their prestigious John J. The annual award, presented on 6th May 2015 at their 71st Annual Forum in Virginia Beach, recognises distinguished achievement in encouraging appreciation of, and enhancing access to, the history and legacy of vertical flight aircraft.

Photographed (left) in August 2016, work on the pilots block, including installation of upgraded power supplies and telecomms, was nearing completion while work on refurbishment and partial rebuild of the tower was shown to be still in progress.

Membership cards, allowing free entry to The Museum, will expire at the end of this year - 31st December 2015.

Thank you for all your support and I hope you will embrace the new free scheme on offer. G-BKGD returned home on 30 July 2015 after five years on loan to City of Bristol College, who conduct engineering training for a number of major companies within the aircraft industry.

G-BKGD was the second WG-30 prototype, built at Yeovil and delivered to British Airways Helicopters (BAH) in October 1982.

We are in the process of clarifying with the Museum Trustees as to whether free entry for Life Members can be extended for a longer period.

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