Entries by Rejane Gwynne

Moves to Honour Women with Civic Statues

It is great to see the Amy Johnson project being used as a ‘Result’ and encouraging to see other projects underway. Read the latest inVISIBLEewomen article for more results of moves to honour women with civic statues. “Believe Nothing to be Impossible” inVISIBLEwomen has been running for one year and aviator Amy Johnson’s words “believe […]

Schools science competition launch for 2017

The project founder and manager Jane Priston was delighted to be at Discovery Park, Sandwich, Kent for the launch of the next KM Bright Sparks school science competition last week. Jane is the first KM Bright Sparks ambassador and invited the 2016 winners, Tonbridge grammar school, to the unveiling of the Amy Johnson bronze statue in […]

Herne Bay commemorates Amy Johnson

Today we saw Herne Bay come together again to make another very memorable event. Thank you to Makcaris Herne Bay for sponsoring the event and providing refreshments for our guests. Thank you Wild Daisy Florist for the beautiful wreath. Thank you to everyone who attended the service, some of whom came a very long way to be with us. […]

Tracey Curtis-Taylor lands in Darwin

Wonderful news – Tracey has landed in Darwin, Australia, safe and sound. Throughout her journey so far she has been doing incredible work inspiring young women in aviation and engineering and bringing Amy’s memory back to life. She flies on across Australia and is due to complete this part of the trip in Sydney. Well […]

STEM Ambassador

Project manager Jane Priston has joined the 30,000 volunteers who give their time illuminating futures by becoming a STEM Ambassador through STEMNET. She will be working with more schools in 2016 inspriring young people into STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) through Amy’s story. STEMNET