Who sponsored and
helped us keep Hut 9 alive to date...
|Sponsors - Benefactors - Helpers
Friends of Hut 9
Your generous donations during our Open
Doors, Open Weekends and all other Hut 9 Fund Raising Events, allow
us to organise and Hut 9 Events
Your presence in
uniform and full kit, your equipment, your war and period artefacts,
your riffles and vehicles bring the Hut 9 building to life... From
the Munitions Factory workers, to the USA Troops, the Home Guard and
Police and Prisoners of War.
and audio/ video recordings we made will be published on this
website and become part of the unique History of Island Farm, Hut 9,
the Welsh Great Escape and the Bridgend Royal Ordnance Factory.
are grateful for the support received during our early yeas from BCBC and their
financial assistance in staging our Open Weekend.
Special thanks go to Mr. Tony Bethel
for allowing us to use his property by the A48 bypass
free of charge as our Visitors’ Centre.
Len is a true and
of Hut 9. He has kindly
donated his Island Farm collection of artefacts he wisely collected
at the camp, prior to the demolition of its buildings. Len's
collection will be eventually exhibited at Hut 9. Thank you Len.
Photo album and video footage will follow here soon.
Many more to
The list is
getting bigger 'by the day'...
Thank you all very much
Hut 9 Preservation Group