Events at Stow Maries
Sunday Lecture Programme - With Eric Simonelli
The physiology of aviation was not greatly known at the start of the Great War, this will have had a contributory effect on the high number of aeroplane crashes. What were the physical effects of altitude and cold? How did the medical services decide that a flyer was indeed fit to fly? What were the medical services available and how did they change when the RAF became an independent service?
What medical services were available on aerodromes? What medical facilities were available for recovery after injury?
A Family Military History
01.09.18 - 01.09.18
A monthly activity day at Stow Maries for 8-14 year olds to explore and enjoy a variety of activities linked by the theme of ‘flight’! From simple paper planes to building a series of ‘build and fly’ models, from creating gliders and rockets
A day for the Aerodrome to open to the public for Free
Friday 27th July 2018 saw the opening of Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome’s third permanent exhibition, Rule Britannia – Women in the Great War.
Mr Whittingdale MP welcomed HM...
It was wonderful to welcome The Duke of Gloucester to our World War 1 Aerodrome near Maldon last week. He was genuinely interested in the work of our fantastic volunteers – who toiled...