Kenneth started studying and becoming involved in Britain's airfields at the age of 9 years old, following a family holiday in Norfolk. Since then he has visited well over 2,000 airfields, written two critically acclaimed books on the subject and created what is now the world's first national airfield charity in 2006 after many years of development.
Kenneth is the main point of contact for the charity's enquires, dealing with a huge range of enquiries, whether from the erection of airfield memorials and helping to save both active and disused airfields to tracing families and their histories and more specialised support such as location advice for film and television production companies.
Alyson graduated with a degree in Marketing in 2003 and has since worked in onshore and offshore finance administration. Since the start of the charity Alyson has assisted with ongoing research, website updating and also the general running the charity office.