Below you will find a list of established regional aviation heritage networks, along with brief details and contact information. If you are interested in joining a group you can either get in touch directly with the group concerned or fill out the ‘join our network‘ online form. If you would be interested in joining a new regional group if none exist in your area, please let us know.

11 Group Heritage Network (South East)

11 Group logoEstablished in 2019, this group contains a wide range of aviation heritage partners from entirely volunteer led organisations to major centrally funded museums. It currently has over 20 members and meets quarterly, with members taking turns to host (if they have the facilities to do so). Zoom attendance is possible for those who can’t make the meeting physically. It has a private Facebook group for member discussion and a public facing Facebook page which has a list of members and promotes member events and announcements. For more information email

Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire

Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire logoBrought together in 2009, Aviation Heritage Lincolnshire is a unique Partnership of County Council, military, commercial and volunteer heritage centres and museums located around the county and promoting the great aviation heritage that Lincolnshire has to offer. Members meet regularly and have jointly developed numerous themed guides, trails and educational programmes.



South West Aviation Heritage Network

Established in 2020, the South West Aviation Heritage Network currently has 12 members ranging from small volunteer run sites to major aviation museums. It meets quarterly and has an email list and private Facebook group for communication between meetings. Plans include joint marketing appeals for volunteers and a regional heritage trail. For more information please email

East Anglia Aviation Heritage Network

The East Anglia Aviation Heritage Network has nearly 30 member sites across East Anglia (Bedfordshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk). This network has built on connections made at the Aviation and Collections Symposium held at the RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre in May, 2019 which was attended by dozens of aviation sites across East Anglia. An email list and private Facebook page has been established and the group plans to meet regularly throughout the year. For more information please email

Northern Aviation Heritage Network

The Northern network was established in June, 2021 and the first face to face meeting will be in early September at the Spitfire Centre, Hanger 42 in Blackpool Airport. If you are interested in coming along and/or joining the Northern Aviation Heritage Network please contact

Central Aviation Heritage Network

Our most recent network covers the Central/Midlands region and had its inaugral meeting in August 2021. An email list and Facebook group has been established and the Network meets on a quarterly basis. If you are an aviation site in this region please contact to join the network.