This site is dedicated to the brave men of the U.S.A.A.F. 381st Bomb Group (H) and 90 Squadron, R.A.F. who served out of Station 167, Essex, England during World War II.

This site will remain open for general and historical information but a new website RAFCA museum is now running giving information about the museum itself.

Also, please note that Paul Bingley is now the Chairman and is contactable on the details posted below.

The Guestbook is fully operational once more.
Please feel free to leave comments. Thank you.

149 Squadron Stirling similar to those flown by 90 Squadron from Ridgewell

We are a small, private collection of World War II memorabilia displayed in and around the old hospital buildings behind the U.S. 381st Bomb Group memorial. The collection is displayed on the 2nd Sunday of each month from April to September between 11am and 5pm, and is situated between Ridgewell and Great Yeldham in Essex on the A1017 (formerly A604)

Visits at other times can be made by prior arrangement.

Admission Free - Donations Welcome

For further details telephone:-

Paul Bingley on 01440 788345
Alan Steel on 01440 785473

Jim or Chris Tennet 0n 01787 375139

or Email Paul on
(I have removed the automatic email link as this was a perfect target for automatic spamming engines)

Use of the location is by kind permission of Robert and Vanda Root.
Many thanks for items donated or loaned.

Many thanks to the 381st Bomb Group Memorial Association for all their help