PAFMC Trustee and other opportunities

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20 May 2022

The registered charity Polish Air Force Memorial Committee (PAFMC) is always interested to hear of people who might be willing to serve as Trustees or in other capacities. We would be delighted to hear from anyone with the relevant interests, skills and experience who would like to discuss the possible opportunities.

While Trustees and others involved would be expected to have a strong interest in the Polish Air Force in the west during the war years – either through descent or otherwise – we would be particularly glad to hear from people with any of the following skills or experience:

· Investment / finance

· Administration /law

· Social media / digital engagement

· Project management

· Retail (principally on-line)

· Community involvement / engagement

Trustee meetings take place three or four times a year at the Battle of Britain Bunker, Uxbridge, by courtesy of the London Borough of Hillingdon, currently on Friday afternoons, with other business conducted by e-mail or smaller groupings. Trustees do not receive any remuneration and incidental day to day expenses (such as travel) are not reimbursed.

Expressions of interest should set out the nature of your connection to the Polish Air Force, the particular skills you could offer, and be accompanied by a CV. An informal discussion will then be arranged to explore the contribution that could be made and the best way of fitting that into the structure of the Committee, whether as Trustee or by support in a different capacity.

Please send any expressions of interest to the Chairman: richardkornicki@gmail.com


The PAFMC is the designated formal successor of the Polish Air Force active in Britain during WWII, and the organisations which represented it here after the war. The PAFMC was set up by the Polish Air Force Association Charitable Trust (PAFACT) in 2010 to continue their work in the longer term. It was formed with the explicit agreement of the Commander in Chief of the Polish Air Force, Lt Gen Lech Majewski and of the Chief of the Air Staff for the Royal Air Force Sir Stephen Dalton. More information is available on the PAFMC website: www.polishairforcememorialcommittee.org