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RAF Museum & Gingersnap remember the Battle of Britain

Published on: 10 September 2015

A song to commemorate the heroic actions of the fighter pilots during the Battle of Britain, which reached its peak on September 15, 1940 has been launched by Gingersnap in partnership with the Royal Air Force Museum.
Gingersnap is the new fun adventure app bringing grandparent and grandchildren together
Gingersnap, the brand new adventure app for grandparents to share with their grandchildren, has teamed up with the Royal Air Force Museum to bring children the facts about the beginning of the Battle of Britain in a fun and memorable manner.
 
The song includes quotes from Churchill and is sung in a style reminiscent of Rihanna making it the perfect blend of education and fun. Just what Gingersnap is all about !
Start the adventure in the comfort of your own bedroom
Joanna Dickinson, Education Officer for the Museum, said: 'The RAF has always been at the sharp end of technology, so we are thrilled to be working with Gingersnap on this new, fun and exciting way for families to learn together and discover some of the RAF’s amazing stories.'

Gingersnap is currently offering free trial that is now available for iPads.

If you would like to to preview the song visit: Propellor-Ellor-Ellor

To find out more about Gingersnap visit www.gingersnapadventures.com


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