Biggin Hill Memorial Museum
Biggin Hill; inspiring generations,
Remembering the Few and honouring the Many
Protecting, gathering and making known the stories of Biggin Hill and communicating its significant role in shaping the modern world.
About the project
There has long been a wish to remember those who served at Biggin Hill in the Second World War, particularly during the Battle of Britain, through the building of a dedicated heritage centre.
The Biggin Hill Memorial Museum Trust has been established to achieve this ambition, by developing the St George’s RAF Chapel of Remembrance site, bringing the chapel and heritage centre together, to create the Biggin Hill Memorial Museum.
The Biggin Hill Memorial Museum project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Bromley Council, will safeguard the future of the Chapel and the memory of Biggin Hill’s crucial role in protecting our freedom and way of life.
Developing the Museum
Architects Robin Lee Architecture and Exhibition team, Redman Design have been appointed to develop designs for the new museum.
The project team and trust have also been undertaking extensive community consultation and developing the museum’s exhibitions and collections based on the Museum’s Interpretation Report.
You can view our plans for the new museum via the Trust’s website at www.bhmm.org.uk
Get in touch
The team are looking for stories from amongst Biggin Hill’s community, if you have a story or object to share please visit the Biggin Hill Memorial Museum website and get in touch. If you would like to find out more about volunteering or supporting the project, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.