We capture the personal recollections of our armed service veterans

so their legacy of bravery, sacrifice and suffering can live on.



Legasee worked in partnership with the Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum at Flixton. 

Over the course of the life of the project we collected numerous artefacts, photographs, letters and documents which are now displayed in a permanent exhibition display cabinet at the museum.

The museum is a central location for the local people of East Anglia to learn about their region’s role in the largest humanitarian airlift in history.

Ian Hancock, Chairman - Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum:

‘The museum is pleased to have been part of this project and to have been given the opportunity to create a permanent exhibition of artefacts and memorabilia.  Visitors will now be able to learn about Operation Plainfare - considered by many to be one of the greatest humanitarian aid programmes of the last century.’ 

In September 2013, to celebrate the exhibition for the 65th anniversary of the start of the Berlin Airlift, over 80 Veterans and their families came to the Norfolk & Suffolk Aviation Museum. They were joined by volunteers who had worked on the project and students from Bungay High School.