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 2 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 Saturday 14th October to promote this project and make people aware of Amy and her fate .
Amy became world famous in 1930 by becoming the first women to fly single handed from London to Australia . 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