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Parham: Artist and author sign copies of their work at airfield museum

10:15 18 August 2014

Suffolk artist Joe Crowfoot visited Parham Airfield with some of his paintings,one if which is of the airfield itself.

Suffolk artist Joe Crowfoot visited Parham Airfield with some of his paintings,one if which is of the airfield itself.

Sarah Lucy brown

A Suffolk museum welcomed the visit of an author and an artist whose books and paintings reflect wartime heritage.

Author John Warwicker with his book,'Churchill's Underground Army ' at Parham Airfield.Author John Warwicker with his book,'Churchill's Underground Army ' at Parham Airfield.

Artist Joe Crowfoot and writer John Warwicker dropped by Parham Airfield Museum to meet admirers of their work and take a tour of the site, near Framlingham, which houses the 390th Bombardment Group Memorial Air Museum and Museum of the British Resistance Organisation.

Mr Crowfoot is known for his countryside scenes and depictions of American wartime aerodromes including Parham.

Meanwhile, Mr Warwicker has investigated and written about the role of British Auxiliary Units, and helped establish the Museum of the British Resistance Organisation.

During their visit, both men signed copies of their work, which can be found on sale at the museum.

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