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on 07880 670359. Motor Sport Legends tickets are available on-


line from the BTM website or by telephone from Tim Morris or Jeni Larwood in the BTM office, Monday to Friday 10.00am to 5.00pm on 01932 857381 extension 226. Unless otherwise stated, all talks are held in the Napier Room and start at 7.30pm. Hot food and a bar are available from 6.00 pm.


Steve Clarke


World War One Fighter Pilot Albert Ball.


MAY DAY! MAY DAY!


inkworth bells and sirens were nothing compared to the screams of children anx- ious to meet their TV hero, ‘Fireman Sam’, who made several appearances amongst mixed weather at this year’s Emergency Services Day. In all, 90 vehicles from all areas of specialist emer- gency work descended on the Museum, giving visitors plenty of opportunities to go behind-the- scenes with their crews and personnel, who were ready for questions. Whether you’ve always wanted to sit in a fire engine and start the siren or see inside an unmarked police car, this was your chance. Police officers, blood bike riders, 999 response units and the Red Cross all welcomed passers-by and explained how they carry out their everyday work. The Paddock was fenced off as the main arena where spectators could see demonstrations of arrests and searches, vehicles and equipment. Commentator Keith Barry did his usual sterling job and got the inside story from all the crews and demonstrators he interviewed. Police Car UK were out in ‘force’ with some


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Police cars from various eras in the Paddock (Tim Morris).


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A handsome London Fire Brigade fire engine (Tim Morris).


classics not seen on our roads in service for decades. There was a 1966 Volvo 121 Amazon rescued by owner Steve Woodward, a 1978 Mini- van in familiar white and duck egg blue and a Rover SD1 owned by Ernie Jupp that was used in the dash from Stansted Airport to the Cromwell


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