We will remember them…

100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum,
Common Road, Dickleburgh, Norfolk IP21 4PH

Housed in the original airfield control tower and other atmospheric buildings 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum is a moving testament to the Americans who came to Thorpe Abbotts in Norfolk to fight alongside the allies during World War Two.

“This museum captures a significant period in Norfolk’s history brilliantly. It makes for a fascinating visit and the personal stories will stay with you long after”.
John Davies, Chief Curator, Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service
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Registered charity no. 285169
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Film Night
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1940's Dance
7:30pm to 11:30 pmThe Apollo Club, HarlestonDance tickets are ON SALE NOW.Tickets available in person from the Museum, which is Open weekends and bank holidays, 10am to 5pmPlus Wednesdays, May to September OR by post....
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Stories of the Bloody 100th
A new film by the 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum.Available end of October 2014 - £10.99 per copy – Postage & Packing £1.50 per DVD
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