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Peace Tea Party

10 - 11 August 2019

The Summer of Spitfire logoAdvanced Notice of Adverse Weather Plans

We are currently monitoring weather reports for this weekend and have drawn up an alternative plan that will allow all activities to take place within the Museum, should weather conditions prove to be adverse on either Saturday or Sunday.

On arriving at the Museum please look at the posters which will tell you where and when various elements of the day will be held if the weather is too bad to allow the Peace Tea Party to happen in our outdoor areas.



11.00am – 2.00pm
 
100 years ago, in August 1919, they celebrated peace after the First World War in the streets with big parties! They did so again in the summer of 1945 at the end of the Second World War.

Join us at our giant tea party with the whole family, make sure you’re in fancy dress and ready to play games, listen to stories and music. It’s free to join, but why not purchase a Spitfire picnic to munch on?


A montage showing the type of activities that will be taking place at the Peace Tea Party

There will be lots of activities taking place including storytelling, face painting, music, games, make and take, messy play and of course a chance to have a picnic on our airfield. 

Ticket information 

Reserve your free place now by clicking the button below:

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Additional information 

The Peace Tea Party is suitable for children aged 0 – 13. If you would like any information about how to get to the RAF Museum please click here. Children attending a Peace Tea Party must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

If you have any questions about the event please email us at whatson@rafmuseum.org

This event is part of our First World War in the Air Project and is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund

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