We will meet at Tulley’s Farm, Turners Hill for lunch at 12.00 noon. It’s an interesting venue and there is plenty of indoor and outdoor covered space. There is a variety of food at reasonable prices including afternoon teas. Plenty of parking available.
After lunch we then travel a few miles to Wings Museum near Handcross. This is a private Museum dedicated to life during WW2. Exhibits include memorabilia relating to the Home Guard, Battle of Britain, RAF, Bomber Command, D Day and the Russian Front. It’s a very different type of museum and popular with schools and clubs.
We have arranged a group discount of £2 off the normal admission price of £8, so just £6 per person.
We think that a couple of hours or would be a reasonable time to spend there.
Jeff and Karen