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BTM TALKS NEWS


The Brooklands Clubhouse by John Whurr...


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s I started to write this I was thrilled to receive e-mails that confirmed we have


secured the two final Motor Sport Legends evenings for 2017. We are delighted to announce that Howden Ganley has agreed to be our guest in conversation with Simon Taylor on Thursday 21st September. Howden was ‘employee number five’ at McLaren Cars and the New Zealander went on to drive for BRM and Williams. Without a doubt this will be an evening not to be missed. On Thursday 19th October we will play host to TT and road racer legend Ian Hutchinson. ‘Hutchy’ will be in conversation with our good friend Steve Parrish, so that is bound to be an in- teresting evening! Tickets for both events are on sale now from


Tim Morris or Jeni Larwood in the BTM office between Monday and Friday or by calling 01932 857381 extension 226. They are also available via the BTM website brooklandsmuseum.com/btm Our idea to hold Sunday lunchtime talks has


proved very popular and we can announce that the next will be held on 26th November and feature artwork by John Whurr, a Brooklands Trust Member and keen supporter. A number of John’s paintings will be on display and there will be a short presentation and discussion on his life in art and drawing. Tickets are on sale as above and include a two-course carvery lunch. Booking is essential and the cost is £25 for members and £28 for guests. This will be a perfect way to spend an autumnal Sunday lunchtime.


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...and his portrayal


of a Lagonda.


We are also interested in how we can improve the way we deliver the talks. Two suggestions have been made – firstly whether the evening food menus could be published in advance. The answer is yes. However, because of the popularity of the talks tickets are sometimes being sent out six months in advance and it is impractical to provide menu details that far ahead. So we have created a ‘menu line’ on 07857 874456. By calling that number you will receive a recorded message giving details of the menu seven days in advance of the talk.


The second suggestion was whether guests


could reserve seats in advance. We have looked into how we could provide this facility. Unfortunately at this time we are unable to offer


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