Special screening in memory of Norman Parker

Secret Spitfires tells the incredible story of how the 'planes that halted Hitler' were built in workshops, garages, garden sheds and even people's own bedrooms during the war years.

After the main Spitfire factory in Southampton was bombed in 1940, production was dispersed to locations so secret that even the neighbours did not know. Salisbury was home to several hidden workshops, and ordinary people in the town built more than 200 of the iconic planes.

The fascinating 2016 documentary tells the story in the words of the people involved, with first-hand recollections, photographs and drawings made at the time. 

Secret Spitfires has been shown to sell-out audiences in recent years thanks to the support of its star, Spitfire engineer and historian Norman Parker, who used to introduce the film and answer questions.  This special screening is in memory of Norman, who died in May aged 98.

Tickets £10 (£5 for under 16s)

Doors open at 6.30pm and the film starts at 7.15pm. 

There will be a short talk, refreshments and a raffle. All proceeds from the event will go to Alzheimer's Support.

"An amazing tale of an incredible generation - in their own words. I will never look at Fore Street in the same way again 

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