Jet Age Museum plans agreed for Gloucestershire Airport

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The Jet Age Museum has been given permission to return to Gloucestershire Airport after ten years of waiting.

Proposals have been waved through by the Secretary of State after a 21-day period to approve the plan or call for a public enquiry.

Last month Tewkesbury Borough Council agreed to the erection of a new hangar which will house the museum's collection of historic aircraft.

The museum now needs to raise a further £80,000 before building work can begin.

Since 2000 the museum's collection has been stored in temporary accommodation including the Tithe Barn Centre at Brockworth and a farm at Churcham.

It was forced out of its previous home when the airport expanded.

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