The Avro Heritage Museum preserves for future generations the legacy of British aviation pioneer Sir Alliott Verdon-Roe and the aircraft manufacturing company he founded, A.V. Roe & Co (Avro). Sited on the former Woodford Aerodrome, the Museum's mission is to keep alive the North West's proud aviation history.
In just four short years, the Museum's collection has grown from a solitary cockpit to the 7 cockpits which are now exhibited. Our collection also includes full-size replicas of historical aircraft and of course, Avro Vulcan XM603, the only white Vulcan in the world.
The Avro Heritage Museum is a registered charity and is run entirely by an enthusiastic team of volunteers.
The Museum is always looking for ways to expand so that it can reach out to a wider audience.
None of this would have been possible without the generous support of our sponsors (details of whom can be found below). We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to these companies and individuals for all we've achieved thanks to their support.
We appreciate all donations no matter how small, and wish to thank our visitors for their generosity.
If you would like to support the Museum as an individual or company we would love to hear from you. In return we can help to promote your company through the Museum and our activities.
If you are interested in supporting the Museum, please contact us via the contact form or phone the Museum on 01625 877 534.
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Ongoing support with the Museum
Provided the scaffolding for the refurbishment of Vulcan XM603
Provided advice and support in bringing the Nimrod MRA4 workstation to life
Provided fabulous support to the Museum across many areas
Worked with the Museum and supplied the steps to the VC10. Carrying on their long association with the site
& Building Ltd
Provided support with building the garage and scaffolding for Nimrod XV235