Contact Us

Postal Address:                                                                                                                                 Friends of the New Forest Airfields (FONFA), New Forest Airfields Museum & Education Centre, Mosquito Way, Heatherstone Grange, Bransgore, BH23 8HE


Museum entry is by either free, on production of your FONFA Membership card, or via a donation for non-Members of a Minimum £5 for adults, £2 for 10 -16 year olds and free to ‘under 10s’. Service Veterans are admitted free, on production of their Service ID.                                                                                          The £5 entitles visitors to FONFA Membership for the current calendar year (an unlimited number of visits on Open Days), regular Members’ Newsletters and other events, if they wish to become a member.

If you represent a school or are a member of a group or represent a group of people who would like to arrange a visit to the Museum, during the winter months, please contact us well in advance via the website e-mail address: , with details of your request.                                       School parties are particularly welcome to visit, by arrangement.

Please be aware that we are required by law to have two trained Fire Warden Trustees on site, whenever members of the public are admitted. The Trustees, who are all unpaid volunteers, are willing to consider requests from groups of ten or more adults, to visit the Museum on mutually agreed days. We will do their best to accommodate such requests, in addition to our normal Outreach Programme for visits by local school parties.  


3 Responses to Contact Us

  1. Dave says:

    Just like to say how we thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the newly opened Exhibition Centre we visited on 31st July 2016.
    The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable and made us feel very welcome.
    The exhibition has been put together very well as is informative on all aspects regarding the airfields within the conurbation area during the World Wars.
    Will definitely visit again and will also put the word out on your behalf.
    Kind Regards,
    Dave Melville and Family


  2. Doug says:

    Hi my Dad was stationed at Beau lie in 1944 in Bomber command I believe he was a medic and married a service lady(not my Mother) at the church st.John the baptist in Boldre. He died when I was 8 and I have only recently found his RAF service and history. I live in Australia and want to ensure our family knows his story so I am particularly interested any pictures around the time he may be on. The area and what you guys have done is amazing and extremely significant not only in Britain’s history but world history given the snuggle people faced then. Thank you and any tips I may follow would be appreciated.
    Doug Hesketh (Australia)


    • Dear Doug,
      Many thanks for your contact and positive comments. I have replied to you via your e-mail address, with some guidance for your research.
      Looking forward to hearing from you with more information about your Dad.
      Dr Henry Goodall, Chair of Trustees, FONFA


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