Tales from a renowned pilot who has flown iconic aircraft across the globe can be enjoyed at Ayscoughfee Hall in Spalding this summer.
On Saturday, August 6, Bill Ramsey, the last pilot to captain the famous Vulcan aircraft, will give a talk on his fascinating career at the historic Spalding venue.
The event gets under way at 6.30pm and demand for tickets is expected to be high as places are strictly limited.
Bill will talk about his career which includes flying a Lancaster as part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, flying a Dakota, a Vulcan, plus lots more.
He will be showing videos and pictures of his extraordinary career which has taken him all over the world.
Tickets cost £5 each and are available from the museum or by calling 01775 764555.