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exciting day experimenting with your driving skills please let me know (angelahume@brook- landsmembers.co.uk). I can confirm that it is an absolutely thrilling and interesting event, not something you would normally experience, whether you have held a licence for many years or have just passed the driving test. Age,


RED ARROWS VISIT


whether 17 or 100 years, is not a barrier as all are welcome. All you need is a driving licence, no special clothes are required, helmets are provided!


And finally, as we were told each time before a manoeuvre, ‘smile and breathe’! Angela Hume


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Back row from the left: James Cullingham and Richard Walker (Concorde Restoration Project), Sq Ldrs Mike Ling and Adam Collins, Captain Steve Bohill-Smith (Concorde). Front row from the left: Flt Lts Michael Bowden Thomas Bould, Matt Masters and Toby Keeley, Sq Ldr David Montenegro, Captain John Eames (Concorde), Jenny Tye (Concorde Ops Manager), Flt Lts Dan Lowes, Chris Lyndon-Smith, Simon Taylor and Emmet Cox.


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t the end of June the Concorde team was delighted to host the Royal Air Force Red


Arrows Aerobatic Display Team. The Reds were in full force, with all 10 current pilots in attendance. As a special treat, members of the Concorde Project Team drooped the nose for the occasion, and the Reds were taken around the flight deck of Concorde before going on a ‘virtual flight’ on G-BBDG.


Following their ‘flight’ the Reds were all given RALPH HUBBARD 1944-2017


on the Cresta Run in St Moritz at the age of 72 in February this year. At Brooklands Ralph was a member of the Airfield and Flying Operations Committee and regularly flew his Tiger Moth in the Museum’s Aviation Days for several years. His specialisation in safe low-level aerobatics was widely recognised and admired.


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In his business life he was a jewellery designer and manufacturer, a profession that required a steady hand and a keen artistic eye. Previously he


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e have to record with great sadness the passing of Ralph Hubbard who lost his life


the opportunity to fly the Concorde simulator, under the instruction of three former Concorde pilots, Captains John Eames, Steve Bohill-Smith and Tony Heald. They spent a good deal of time looking at the exhibits around the Museum and were particularly intrigued by the Wellington bomber. It was a pleasure to show them round and they expressed their appreciation of all the volunteers at the Museum.


Jenny Tye News


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