Hi all,
I've just discovered the Mosquito Pathfinder Trust on Facebook, aiming to raise funds to restore and operate a B.IV in the United Kingdom:
Welcome to The Mosquito Pathfinder Trust

The Mosquito Pathfinder Trust was established with the sole mission of returning a fully airworthy de Havilland Mosquito to the skies over Britain. The Mosquito is a British designed and engineered marvel of aviation history, yet the British public does not have one to grace the skies of this great nation.

All three airworthy de Havilland Mosquito’s in existence today are operated by private owners in the USA. Our charity has been set up with the full intent of changing that, and restoring a de Havilland Mosquito that the British public can call their own.

To complete our mission, our charity needs to raise £4 million in 3 years. We do however have a very urgent need to raise £750,000 before the end of 2017 to commence the restoration work on our selected MK.IV aircraft.

Our board of Trustees is supported by John de Havilland, direct descendant of Geoffrey de Havilland and by Philip Birtles, President of the de Havilland Aircraft Museum.

You can find out more by visiting our website:
Apologies if this has been posted elsewhere on the forum. Their website says the charity registration was in July this year.

So now the owner of DZ542 is public! I'm very, very curious to see how this and TPM can coexist.