Play your part in an historic moment as a new chapter opens in the life of Britain's most glorious aviation icon.
You may remember that wet Wednesday back in 2003, when thousands turned out to watch Concorde grace the skies for the last time. The eyes of the world were on Filton that momentous day. As she glided to her final stop on the runway, so ended an amazing story of supersonic flight. Perhaps you also recall it was on that same day that a group of us resolved to find a fitting home for Concorde here at Filton. We wanted to create a vivid testimony to this amazing aircraft and the achievements of everybody involved.
It was a dream of lighting a beacon in people's minds and inspiring a new generation to think big and act boldly. Now we need you to help keep the spirit of Concorde alive. This is so important because the years since the last flight of Concorde is a whole lifetime for today's school children. If the people who know and love her don't keep her alive, the memory of her grace and power will soon fade completely.
Please give a donation so everyone can gaze in wonder at the elegance and power of British imagination and engineering. By coming on board with a donation today, you will be championing one of the last iconic Concordes, as well as supporting Aerospace Bristol's many other restoration projects.
Donate by phone or cheque
Cheques can be made out to the Bristol Aero Collection Trust and posted to:
If you'd like to make a donation over the phone, please ring: 01179 315 315
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