Intern opportunities with Bawdsey Radar
Are you interested in history? Science? Are you full of enthusiasm? Want to develop your skills? Bawdsey Radar are looking for two interns for a six month period to assist with Visitor Services and Collections Management….
Bawdsey Radar is looking for a Treasurer
Do you have an interest in finance? Due to the current post holder stepping down from the role after 16 years, Bawdsey Radar is looking for a new Treasurer. This is a voluntary position and further…
Bawdsey Radar on TV!
The BBC are airing the episode of Michael Portillo’s ‘Great British Railway Journeys’ which features Bawdsey Radar and it’s importance during World War 2 on Wednesday 22nd January, BBC2 at 6.30pm.
Eileen Gray (nee Briscoe)
It is with great sadness we have heard of the passing of Eileen. Eileen served at Bawdsey during the Second World War. After she was accepted she was posted to Cranwell to do what she described…
Bawdsey Radar Museum wins top museum award
The team of volunteers who run this museum are delighted to have won the Suffolk Small Museum of the Year award for 2019. Some of the winning comments included noting that the museum has seen a…
One last chance to visit the Transmitter Block this season
Although the museum closed at the end of October, there’s another chance to visit in December to celebrate both #Thanks to You to National Lottery Players and Museum Shop Sunday. This year is the 25th birthday…
You could see Venus in daylight!
Visitors with the help of the Orwell Astronomical Society, were able to view Venus in daylight. The group set up their equipment outside the Transmitter Block, with ideal sunny conditions. The telescopes in use permitted looking…
Michael Portillo and his Bradshaw Guide visits Transmitter Block
Despite very wet weather Michael Portillo, complete with his trusty Bradshaw Guide visited the Transmitter Block. His visit was being filmed for an episode to be shown in the new series of the BBC’s Great British…
Heritage Open Day 2019
Bawdsey Radar is taking part in the 2019 Heritage Open Days Festival on Sunday 22nd September. This is the 25th year of the event, which gives free admission to visitors. The story of how operational radar…
New Souvenir Guidebook published
Our new ‘keepsake’ Guidebook telling the story of RADAR development is now available at the Transmitter Block.