A major milestone has been achieved for Greenham Control Tower. The final phase of the iconic Grade 2 listed building’s refurbishment has been completed, and the running of the building has been officially handed over to independent charitable organisation, Greenham Control Tower Limited, at the Greenham Parish Council Meeting of 11th April.
The handover ceremony was performed by Council Chair Cllr Julian Swift-Hook, and the Chair of the Control Tower Committee, Cllr Jon Gage.
Volunteers Needed for Greenham Control Tower
Greenham Control Tower will be opening to the public later this year. It will fulfill a number of roles, including a visitor centre, and the aim is to run an attraction which appeals to a wide ranging audience.
The facility will be run by Greenham Control Tower Limited, which is a not-for-profit company.
There are a series of volunteer opportunities such as building guides, volunteer coordinator, research and museum assistant, fundraising and event organiser, grounds and handy person and publicity and media assistant.
In addition, Greenham Control Tower Limited would welcome those with a personal connection to the base to get involved, either by sharing their stories or donating memorabilia.
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