In December 2018 the Museum re-located to a temporary home in Scunthorpe, due to this temporary situation we don’t have the ability to show off our displays in the manner we would like, therefore we are not fully open.
However the good news is we can offer Group visits to look around the vehicle storage area, these can be booked through phone or email.  Alternatively pop along to Open Day’s throughout the year, listed below.

The museum must move out in december 2019 and is actively looking for a new home, if a home isn’t found our first goal is to place the vehicles and equipment into Dry storage, our second goal would be to find a new home to re-open to the public, you can help us achieve this by becoming a Standing Order Supporter, see below, we all thank you for your continued support.

STANDING ORDER SUPPORTER

Did you know that you can make a regular contribution to the Museum of RAF Firefighting by setting up a standing order payment direct from your bank account? You can pledge as little as £1.00 a month knowing that every penny we raise will go directly into supporting the museum and its activities. Our account details are as follows:-

Name of Bank: National Westminster

Name of account: Museum of RAF Firefighting

Account Number: 53037545

Sort Code: 60-13-15

Put your name down as the reference and that will allow us to recognise who is actually supporting us.

We are a registered charity (Charity number 1172939) and as such we can claim gift aid back from your donation if you are a UK tax payer. Simply let us have your name and address and we’ll do the rest.

We thank you in anticipation for your support. Without regular financial contributions the Museum will not be able to thrive and continue with its quest to become a nationally recognised visitor attraction specialising in telling the history of the RAF Fire & Rescue Service and Military Firefighting as a whole. This in turn will also help us to become a recognised educational hub that will enhance fire and safety awareness for all. 

Storage Facility Open Days

Come and visit this unique collection of 50 Military and Civilian Fire Engines and other large exhibits on our forthcoming

Come and see a WWII RAF Fire Truck that landed on the beaches in Normandy 6 days after D-Day and continued on to Berlin throughout the War.
Only one of three in preservation.

NEXT OPEN DAY

Sunday 27th October

Open from 10AM -Last admissions 4PM

Admission: Adults £5, Children £2.50 under 5’s Free

Refreshments will be available and Shop.

RAF memorabilia on display & Restoration work in progress.

British Heart foundation (CPR demo and information)

Humberside fire service road saferty (virtual reality & vehicles)

Model Aircraft display (Military mainly)

Dog friendly

Wheelchair accessible.

A Dennis Fire Engine that starred in “LONDON’S BURNING” in 1991 and also “The BILL” See restoration work in progress.

Please note this is not the complete museum on display but a behind the scenes opportunity to support our future potential as a fully fledged educational and historical asset to the nation

Museum of RAF Firefighting, 14 Billet Lane, Normanby Enterprise Park, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, DN15 9YH

Phone 01522 730198  –  Email enquiry@firemuseum.co.uk

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We took a few pictures today, 47 in total, unfortunately one Mk10e was being shy and decided to face the wall and an Ibex is away. https://firemuseum.uk/fleet/

TACR1 & Mk9 represent the Museum at AEC Society Annual Rally

Over the 25/26th May two Museum vehicles the TACR1 and Mk9 were on show at the annual AEC Society rally held at Newark.

Skellingthorpe school

A sunny day with the TACR1 and Sabre in the local community

Mk6 sees daylight and has a run

Although lots of packing was achieved on Saturday, some of the team had Vehicles to check over, ready for another move, but also show worthy vehicles get that TLC and tests when possible.
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