Society of Friends of the Fleet Air Arm Museum
The Society of Friends of the Fleet Air Arm Museum (SoFFAAM) was formed in 1979. A thriving and active organisation, its object is the education of the public by promotion, support, assistance and improvement of the museum through the activities of a group of members. It aims to achieve this object by a lively programme of events, including talks and excursions. Some details of these events can be seen in this website.
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The Society draws its membership from a broad cross-section of society (by no means all from a military background) at home and abroad. Membership at present exceeds 1,000 and continues to expand. The membership fee has been held at £12 per year for several years and the Society’s Council has no plans to raise this in the near future. Members are invited to contribute to our lively Journal “Jabberwock” (provided free of charge to all members).
Members who wish to receive reprints of individual articles from the Jabberwock archive (which includes every copy from the earliest days) should contact the Editor (see the contacts page for details). For individual articles, this service is at present free. We have a long-term aim to provide a comprehensive index for the archive, although achievement of this aim will depend partly on the level of demand.
SoFFAAM is a Registered Charity, No. 280725.
SoFFAAM is actively seeking new members. Click here to read more and download an application form.
Don't forget to visit the Fleet Air Arm Museum website for lots more information about Europe's largest naval aviation collection:
*** Thursday 21st June 2018 ***
SoFFAAM visit to the SS Great Britain, Bristol. For Programme and Buy Your Tickets...CLICK HERE.
Tickets include transport, guided tour of SS Great Britain and lunch. SS Great Britain is a museum ship and former passenger steamship, which was advanced for her time. She was the longest passenger ship in the world from 1845 to 1854. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company's transatlantic service between Bristol and New York.