UAS Hangar Volunteer working on one of our Wildcat's wings
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WANTED!

Hangar, Historical Archive & Event volunteers

Volunteering at the Ulster Aviation Society's heritage collection of aircraft and artefacts can be a very rewarding way to enhance an interest in aviation, as well as an opportunity to develop skills or knowledge, and meet people with similar interests.

UAS Hangar Volunteer working on one of our aircraft
UAS Events Team, Garry MacDonald, Fred Jennings, John Weir and Ray Spence at the Balmoral Show 2018

With a wide range of backgrounds and capabilities — from BOTH Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland — volunteers can be involved in anything from aircraft restoration and maintenance, creating displays, conducting guided tours helping with office administration, and a host of other things. Our volunteer engine is made up from many different cogs! We also have a new 2021 team involved in cataloguing our extensive currently undocumented huge UAS Archive of photos, documents & assets.

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If you think you have something to offer in the many types of work undertaken in the hangar and on the collection, or help at the Outdoor Events we attend, then why not come along and help out as a UAS Volunteer.

You'll be part of an organisation that was recognised in 2018 with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service — the MBE and highest honour for UK charities.

How do I volunteer?

For more information, please E-mail either the Ray or Stephen below, depending on your potential subject interest and they'd be glad to advise you.

 

New or existing UAS members are always welcome to visit the hangar any Saturday (outside of Covid Lockdowns) from 12noon – 5pm (first Saturday of the month is especially for new volunteers). Other days by arrangement.

Ray Burrows MBE (Chairman & Hangar Manager)

Alan Jarden  (Tour Guide Co-Ordinator)

Stephen Riley (UAS Archiving Co-Ordinator)