The REME Museum team are happy to hear from you.
Call us on 01249 894869.
Email [email protected].
Write to REME Museum, Calne Road, Lyneham, Wiltshire SN15 4XX.
Enquiries for booking Crown's Cafe should be sent directly. Contact details can be found on the Cafe page.
The answer to your question might well be on our website. Why not explore the links below and check out our FAQs page.
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The REME Museum is part of the REME Family. Use the links below to find out more:
The REME Charity provides financial assistance to past and present members of the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers and their dependants. You can visit their website for news, contacts and information.
The REME Association supports personnel through their service, civilian careers and retirement and connects members with a network of branches, groups and communities. Why not get involved?
The REME Shop carries a varied range of items including branded clothing, books, uniform items and bespoke personalised products. Browse their online shop to find the perfect REME gift.
The Craftsman Magazine publishes monthly updates on operations, exercises, new appointments, sports, events and much more. A subscription is essential if you want to stay in the loop.
REME Connect is a portal that allows members to network with the wider REME Family and access information about Corps funds and events. Digital copies of the Craftsman can also be read via the site.
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