Hello and welcome to the Spitfire Society. Founded in March 1984 by the late Group Captain David Green: Spitfire pilot. Its original purpose was to link people throughout the world whose lives had been affected with the legendary World War II Spitfire aeroplane. Since achieving the status of a nationally Registered Charity, CC299033, the Society has widened its horizons. It now supports the interest of the many aviation enthusiasts of both sexes and all ages who wish to support its aims. The Spitfire Society’s aims are to:
- Encourage students of aeronautics, astronautics, aviation history and associated subjects in their interest.
- Research, study and assess the educational and historical value of the information relating to the Spitfire, its design, development and operation.
- Disseminate accurate information of historical and educational value on aeronautic subjects by means of presentations, seminars, lectures and the publication of books and articles.
Our contact details are Spitfire Society Headquarters:
C/O The Welsh Spitfire Museum. Haverfordwest Airport, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. SA62 4BN. Telephone 01437 76 48 41 Mobile 07761 05 37 13. To E-mail us please use the Contact Us form on this site.