Vulcan Restoration Trust owns and maintains Vulcan B2 XL426 in live ground running condition.
XL426 is open to the public at our Visit the Vulcan Days held throughout the year and at other events.
Join the Vulcan Restoration Trust and help us preserve XL426 as part of the UK’s aviation heritage.
Your donation will help us maintain Vulcan XL426 as a live aircraft, one of only three Vulcans in the world capable of moving under its own power.
21 March 2020
Organised by Timeline Events, this exclusive event gives photographers and enthusiasts the opportunity to photograph XL426 at dusk, sunset and at night.
With re-enactors, ground handling equipment, period vehicles and lighting effects visitors are assured of a fantastic afternoon and evening of photography.
This is an exclusive event organised by Timeline Events.
Admittance is by advance ticket-only available from Timeline Events (website below) where you can also find more details about the event.
Sunday 19 April 2020
Come and see Vulcan XL426 up close at London Southend Airport at our first Visit the Vulcan Day of 2020.
You can walk round and underneath the Vulcan and you will also have the chance to climb inside XL426's cockpit (additional fee applies).
As well as the Vulcan, there will be other displays and attractions. Refreshments will be on sale from a variety of stalls so no one goes hungry or thirsty.
With lots going on and much to see, our Visit the Vulcan Days are great days out for families and enthusiasts alike.
Saturday 25 April 2020
Come along and hear Wing Commander Mike Pollitt (RAF Retired) speak about his experiences flying the mighty Avro Vulcan during his time with the Royal Air Force.
Mike is a former Operations Director of the Vulcan to the Sky Trust and is now Chairman of the 655 Maintenance and Preservation Society.
The Society looks after Vulcan XM655 at Wellesbourne Mountford Airfield, Warwickshire.
Event includes the VRT Annual General Meeting.
The event takes place at Hawkwell Village Hall, Essex SS5 4EH.