ABOUT US

This website is maintained by Kevin Troop and Colin Mitchell-Smith, who along with one or two others constitute the Faldingworth Memorial Group.
The group's aims are    
   Firstly:   To keep alive the memory of those who served, both on the ground and in the air, at RAF/PAF Faldingworth during and immediately after the Second World War                     
        Secondly; to maintain and improve the Faldingworth Memorials as described on this website.
 
The group is entirely voluntary and receives no official financial backing, and as such relies on donations to fund everything that is done. Without those donations, everything listed on this web site would not exist as most items were either donated or money was given to enable us to purchase items.
Without money being donated memorial days could not be held.
If you would like to help us or donate in any way, no matter how small, please contact us
 

 

   
 
The Faldingworth Memorials are located at two sites: 
     
 
In Faldingworth All Saints church which is located on the A46 in Lincolnshire, there is a memorial plaque, a stained glass window, candlesticks, memorial books, commemorative gates, etc.. 
 
 
 
The RAF Faldingworth Memorial is located at the eastern end of the remains of RAF Faldingworth's main runway.
Visitors to the airfield memorial, please note: 
Access will be restricted for operational and security purposes.
It is therefore essential, to save a wasted journey, that contact is made before travelling to Faldingworth
 
PLEASE USE THE SIDE LINKS TO VIEW DETAILS ABOUT THE MEMORIAL AND THE CHURCH 
 

FALDINGWORTH'S PUBLIC HOUSE "THE COACH AND HORSES" AS WELL AS PROVIDING GOOD FOOD AND DRINK , ALSO CONTAINS MANY ITEMS INCLUDING PHOTOGRAPHS AND AIRCRAFT PARTS LINKED TO RAF/PAF FALDINGWORTH.

 

 A PICTURE PAINTED BY THE LOCAL CHILDREN DEPICTING PREPARTIONS FOR THE "MANNA" OPERATION ,IS KEPT IN THE SCHOOL, BUT IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO VIEW ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS WHEN THE SCHOOL IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

 
 
Henryk Drozdz diaries
 On this web site we have now placed a copy of the diaries of Flight Sergeant Henryk Drozdz who was based at Faldingworth airfield. This is one mans emotional account of life at Faldingworth.
We thank Greg Drozdz the son of Henryk  for allowing us to share his fathers personal memories , we also thank him for all the support he gives us at Faldingworth.
To view the diary in full click here or use navigation link on left side of screen.
 
MANY OF THE PHOTOS THAT APPEAR ON THESE PAGES ARE WITH KIND PERMISSION AND COPYRIGHT OF RICHARD E FLAGG. CHURCH WINDOW PHOTO COPYRIGHT MIKE INGHAM.

MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTOS FROM THEIR SITES AVAILABLE THROUGH LINKS PAGE

 

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