The Royal Naval Patrol Service Association museum and office are open every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9.30am until 12.30pm. Visits can sometimes be accommodated outside these hours by prior arrangement and depending on the availability of staff.
The Royal Naval Patrol Service Association, Registered Charity no 273148, was founded in 1977 to unite the veterans who served in the Royal Naval Patrol Service 1939-1946 and to assist those of them and their dependents who might be in need. The Association also maintains and preserves a record of the work and experiences of RNPS during World War 2 by means of a Museum which seeks to educate subsequent generations about this aspect of WW2 - Accredited to ISO 9001 standard
Although the Association occupies some of the original buildings of HMS Europa it was not formed until 30 years after the end of WW2. None of the original naval records were still in the pemises when the Association moved in and the only records we have are those donated by veterans and/or family members.
This website aims to make as much of the material held at Lowestoft available as ossible to online visitors. It also acts as a finger post to those researching family history to guide their research in the right direction.
Please follow the links placed in the column at the left to find the information that you might be seeking. If you need further assistance then there are several officers of the Association available to help but please check what is already available online first.
For a map of how to find us if visiting please see the Contact page.