The British Rotorcraft Museum at Weston-super-Mare, founded in 1974 from documents and equipment collected over some 15 years by Elfan ap Rees, now has 20 aircraft and has already embarked on a campaign to raise funds for the construction of a permanent building. About a million pounds is the sum required, and one way to help is to become an Associate Member at just £2 annually. Much other help would also be appreciated, and full details are available tram Mr. Alan Norris, 27 Acer Road, Biggin Hill, Kent TN16 3SP. The aircraft include a Sycamore, a Belvedere, a Cougar, a Fairey Ultra Light, a Hafner R2, a Saro Skeeter, a Gadfly, a Watkinson CG4, a Dragonfly, three WhirIwinds and quite a substantial part of the Fairey Rotodyne. When funds allow, some of these will be brought up to airworthiness standard and flown. — G.P.