The People’s Mosquito has just announced the latest update in their fundraising campaign, dubbed Operation Jericho, and what these funds have already initiated. They began this campaign just five weeks ago, and have raised more than 26% of the £250,000 budget to complete both of the fuselage moulds for their deHavilland Mosquito project, along with money for construction of the fuselage itself. They have added more in the interim, and Retrotec are making real progress with the construction of the moulds as well. We thought our readers would enjoy reading their update and consider contributing themselves…
‘Donations = Progress’ as a headline we used in the past updates, proves once again to ring true. This week we were able to catch up with the team at Retrotec working on the in-fills, eagerly using the jelutong wood the campaign has paid for.
Guy Black, Managing Director of Retrotec said: “The team has made excellent progress this week, utilizing the drawings database and been able to complete an in-fill in 8 hours from start to finish”.
Your continued support once again has been nothing short of brilliant. Thank you very much, and we have now raised 26% of our goal in just over 5 weeks with a running total of …
The funds are being put to good use by the team down at Retrotec. Last week great progress being made on new in-fills being constructed, as seen in the pictures above.
Now we again ask for your fantastic support to hit the next milestone of: £75,000
…by the May 25th Bank Holiday.
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