Bristol Aero Collection Trust
- Bristol Aero Collection Trust
- Company number
- Company type
- Private limited by guarantee, no share capital, exempt for use of Limited
- Incorporation date
- 19 Feb 1992
- Latest confirmation statement
- 19 Feb 2020
- Latest accounts
- 31 Mar 2019
- Type of accounts
- Legal Entity Identifier
- Not available
- Next confirmation statement due
- 02 Apr 2021
- Next annual accounts due
- 31 Mar 2021
- SIC 2003
- 9252 — Museum Activities And Preservation Of Historical Sites And Buildings
- SIC 2007
- 91020 — Museum Activities
- Related names
- Aerospace Bristol
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|24 Jun 2013||Present||Bristol Aero Collection Trust|
|25 Sep 2012||24 Jun 2013||Bristol Aero Collection Trust Limited|
|19 Feb 1992||25 Sep 2012||Bristol Aero Collection|
DueDil descriptionBristol Aero Collection Trust was incorporated on 19 Feb 1992 and is located in Bristol. The company's status is listed as "active". It currently has 12 directors. The company's first directors were Christopher Dominic Marmaduke Bellairs Alderson, George Arthur Ganley, George Stanley James White, Hugh Metcalfe, Martin Vincent Lowson and 3 more. Bristol Aero Collection Trust employs 50-99 people.
Aerospace Bristol is an aerospace museum at Filton, to the north of Bristol, England. The project is run by the Bristol Aero Collection Trust and houses a varied collection of exhibits as well as Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, the final Concorde to be built and the last to fly.
Companies House description
Private Limited by guarantee without Share Capital Exempt from using "Limited"