If you are asking yourself “Why should I become a member of the Blenheim Society?” this page may help you out. The reasons people get involved are many and varied, family connections, an interest in aviation history or they just think the Blenheim is the coolest thing flying. We thought it may help if you heard from some of the current members as to why they get involved.
Andrew Pierce – Chairman of the Blenheim Society
[su_quote] to be part of the preservation of our aviation heritage, by honouring the men and women who manufactured, maintained and flew the Bristol Blenheim.[/su_quote]
For my part membership of the Blenheim Society has and still does enable me to be part of the preservation of our aviation heritage, by honouring the men and women who manufactured, maintained and flew the Bristol Blenheim.
The Societies links with the Aircraft Restoration Company has allowed access to the aeroplane throughout the repair, and now its flying and maintenance.
I have been to places and met people which I never would have done had it not been for the society.
Our social events are always enjoyable and the society’s journal is probably the best of any similar society, keeping us informed of what it going on and to be part of the Blenheim family.
Without a doubt I feel part of a useful and enjoyable environment and being linked with all things that relate to the Bristol Blenheim and its history.