Lincoln College Open Day
29 June, 2019 – 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
100 wings have been produced and each modelled around a different aircraft to be used as information boards in Lincoln and surrounding areas as part of the city's RAF 100 celebrations.
The ‘100 Voices’ tell the stories of 100 people who have experienced life in the RAF since its founding in 1918.
You’ll find the College’s stories on wings seven and eight located on Monks Road as part of the ‘Sopwith Camel Trail’.
The boards tell the tale of the role Lincoln College has played during two world wars – from giving women the qualifications they need to work in local aircraft factories to helping wounded ex-servicemen gain skills to get back in to work.
One of the wings also covers more recent events such as the opening of the first RAF Air and Defence Career College in Britain – which provides education and training to those who are interested in careers in the RAF, aerospace and catering industries.
The trails will be ready for take-off from Saturday 5th May for families to enjoy.