IBCC Lecture & Supper Series – How to Make a Bomb……..Sight

Dave Gilbert, IBCC Losses Archivist, continues his ever-popular lecture series with more hands-on, easy to digest explanations of the technology used during World War II, with audience participation and lots of demonstrations.

This year he’s going to talk about bombsight and gunsight design and then make one!

Don’t miss it – Dave’s lectures always fill up quickly, so secure your place now by clicking here!

Tickets include a delicious hot buffet supper served in the Hub Café before the lecture.

All funds raised will be used to deliver the education and community programmes run by the IBCC

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