NEWS & VIEWS
New arrival for SWAM!
During the lockown SWAM had a delivery of a new member! XV221 arrived on 7th May!
The plan is to restore XV221 up to museum display standard and restore her to her former glory!
We can't wait to get stuck into her restoration and will be documenting and updating you all with her progress!
Photo credits to Gary Spoors and Steven Perriss
Wessex XM833 update
One of our current restoration projects here at SWAM is our Wessex XM833. After arriving at SWAM in May 2019 it was placed in our restoration hangar for our volunteers to work their magic on. Our grouoWessex Team Leader has been working hard on repairing the panels and replacing them.
As well as work needing to be carried out on the exterior, there is also extensive work to be carried out on the interior of the Wessex.
We aim to fully restore the Wessex and give her a new paint job. She will then become a permenant exhibition in the museum.
Our Wessex Team leader attends the museum on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. If you would like to join the Wessex restoration team then please pop an email to .
Wessex restoration photo gallery
Photo credit to Steve Perriss and Roger Evans
An excellent write up in the February issue of Jaguars Enthusiast magazine from one of our resident volunteers!
The Jaguar enthusiast club paid a visit to SWAM in Autumn 2019. The visit was organised by one of our resident volunteers who is also a member of the club.
The group had a fantastic visit and parked their pride and joys up for all to see!
If you would like to organise a group visit to SWAM then please drop an email to