Meet Amy Johnson researcher Jane Priston and go back in time to the daring 1930’s to explore one woman’s fascinating journey from typist to national heroine and record breaking pilot. Discover Amy Johnson’s past connection to Herne Bay and what the future holds for this historic link to the town. Become Biggles and don a flying helmet and goggles for fun photos on a giant deckchair and make a paper plane for free…chocs away!! Pebble & Dash
There was a really good turnout for this event and we were delighted by how many people said that after listening to project leader Jane Priston they were hooked on Amy’s story and wanted to find out more.
A really productive day at Farnborough International Air Show. Some fantastic planes, inspirational women pilots and engineers and great new contacts for the Amy Johnson and Herne Bay Project.
Looking for a good overview of the Amy Johnson Herne Bay Project? This report by Canterbury Times Chief Reporter Liz Crudgington was the first to explain the purpose of the project and feature comments by project leader Jane Priston. Article