307 Squadron Project invites you to Exeter’s Guildhall for an exhibition, between 14-16 November 2018, to remember the Polish 307 Squadron that defended the South West of England during the Second World War.
307 Squadron, part of the RAF, were night-fighters who fought the Luftwaffe over the skies of Britain and prevented Exeter from being totally destroyed during the blitz on the city in 1942.
On Thursday 15 November, ‘307 Squadron Day’, at 10:00 the Polish flag will be raised over the Guildhall by the Lord Mayor of Exeter. This event has been organised by 307 Squadron Project in conjunction with Exeter City Council.
307 Squadron Project is a British-Polish registered charity established to promote the role and carry out further research on the squadron that were known as the ‘Lwow Eagle Owls’.
The project also promotes cooperation between our nations.
The free exhibition at the Guildhall, which is in both English and Polish, is open from:
Wednesday 14th November 10:00–16:00
Thursday 15th November 10:00–18:00
Friday 16th November 10:00–16:00