Thank you to everyone who entered and thank you to Barry for creating the final artwork and to our lovely volunteers for ...
On 25th August 1930, a promising young graduate from the RAF College at Cranwell arrived at Kenley to join his first squadron, No.23, flying the Gloster Gamecock.
Stanley Wilbur Matthews was born on 29th November 1918 in Winnipeg, Canada. He was the son of William Herbert Matthews, a supervisor at T. Eaton’s department store, and Ethel Rose Johnson.
We are saddened to learn that Flight Lieutenant William Terence Clark has passed away this evening, only a few weeks after his 101st birthday. Our deepest condolences go out to his family and friends.
On 10th May 1940, Germany attacked the Low Countries and what became known as ‘The Blitzkrieg’ was on. That morning No.3 Squadron's pilots were at their base at RAF Kenley. The day was bright and clear although the early morning peace had been disturbed when a section of Hurricanes had been scrambled to investigate an unidentified aircraft approaching the coast.
Nature themed teaching resources to help learners engage with Kenley’s natural features.
Engage your young learners with the UK’s best preserved WW2 airfield!
Here are a selection of our photos from our highly successful Learning Festival 2016. Local schoolchildren took part in a ...
Information on how to get to the event by free shuttlebus, public transport or by car. Please note there is limited grass parking available onsite and all cars must vacate the site by 5pm.
On 8th February 1919, pilot Lieutenant Bossoutrot flew from Toussus-le-Noble to Kenley in a Farman F60 Goliath, with thirteen military ...
We are indebted to Scott P. M. Godefroy for this wonderful photo of No.401 Squadron RCAF at RAF Kenley on 21st January, 1943.