A preservation group dedicated to saving Concorde has reacted angrily to news that its offer to house the historic aircraft has been turned down.
The Save Concorde group says it could build a basic hanger far quicker and cheaper than current proposals for a museum at Filton, where the last Concorde to fly has been standing outdoors for the past ten years.
Instead the owners, British Airways, are backing a rival bid for a £12 million scheme now the subject of a revised application for lottery money.
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