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On Saturday, September 27 we are holding a dance and buffet in the Montrose Royal British Legion function room to celebrate the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force at Montrose.


Dancing will be to a selection of music from the decades and guests are encouraged to dress in styles reflecting the period. The evening will feature music from Kirsten Tomlinson of Songbook Melodies, and some performers from the Esk Academy of Dancing will also be in action.


Tickets are £10 and now available and can be purchased from the Van Werninck Studio, Murray Street, Montrose or by phoning 01674 673282




Read about it in the Montrose Review Review Article




On August 3rd 1914, No2 Squadron left Montrose to lead the Royal Flying Corps to war. The first British aircraft to land in France was one of their aircraft, a BE2 piloted by Lt Harvey-Kelly seen in this photograph taken at Lythe near Whiby on his flight South.



This has inspired the ‘First in France 1914’ project for which the Heritage Centre has been awarded a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The event is being organised by Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre in partnership with the Royal Air Force and the Western Front Association. The event is also supported by Angus Council and Museums Galleries Scotland.







Opening Times

The Air Station is open from April to October, Wednesday to Saturday, 10am - 4pm.
Open Sundays all year round from 12pm to 4pm.
Other times by arrangement.

Entry via Broomfield Road, follow tourist 'brown' signs
Telephone: 01674 678222 (answerphone).