Alistair Byford-Bates – The recovery of a Fairey Barracuda from the Solent off the former RNAS Daedalus
March 2 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm£2
At the Church Hall and also on Zoom..
Well you asked for this so.. enjoy 🙂 Alistair has returned for us from Wessex Archeology via Zoom, but in the Church Hall..
“The recovery of a Fairey Barracuda from the Solent off the former RNAS Daedalus“.
During survey work carried out in preparation for the IFA2 interconnector project, the extant remains of a Fairey Barracuda were discovered. The first all-aluminium high winged monoplane used by the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm; no surviving examples exist. The ongoing research into the recovered remains of the aircraft and historic archives has identified several inconsistencies, leading to questions about the identity of the aircraft, the records around its loss, and wartime production contingencies across different aircraft manufacturers.
The link to the Zoom will be sent with the reminder email and also on the web nearer the date. You can come or watch and ask questions by zoom. Let me know if you need any help. The talk will be available for bone fide members after the meeting. Let me know mif you want to see it.
£2 entrance and £1 wine / voucher prize draw at entrance.
Refreshments and cake will be available.