Remembering our country’s wartime past

Eva, Robyn and Hannah (all aged 8) from Athelstaneford pose as 1940s singing sensations The Andrews Sisters to highlight the National Museum of Flight's Wartime Experience event on Sunday.
Eva, Robyn and Hannah (all aged 8) from Athelstaneford pose as 1940s singing sensations The Andrews Sisters to highlight the National Museum of Flight's Wartime Experience event on Sunday.

As the nation marks the 70th anniversary of VE Day, the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune will re-capture the sights, sounds and emotions of wartime Britain at its Wartime Experience event on Sunday (May 10) from 10am-5pm.

The event at the popular attraction, which is situated on an atmospheric wartime airfield, includes music and dancing as well as battle re-enactments and a series of exciting aerial flyovers from a Starduster Too biplane and a Piper L4 Cub spotter aircraft.

Robyn, Eva and Hannah (all aged eight) from Athelstaneford, are pictured posing as 1940s singing sensations The Andrews Sisters to highlight Sunday’s event.