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most people come to Brooklands in their cars, which has begun to cause a little problem with parking, particularly if there is another event on at the same time. When you arrive for an evening event please enter via the Brooklands Road entrance (with the sign ‘JTI Members Hill’) and park outside the Paddock – either at the end of the Finishing Straight, by the railings or in the main Campbell Car Park. Some events have seen a lot of cars in the Paddock, sometimes blocking access and egress, particularly if emergency vehicles need to get close to the Clubhouse. Please note that the gate to the normal Museum car park behind Mercedes-Benz World will be locked when it is time to leave so it’s not a good idea to park there! A reminder that visitors and members can enter


the Museum on foot via the Campbell Gate. This saves you a long walk if arriving from Weybridge station. The gates will be closed during the week but members pressing the intercom will be allowed entry on foot as the gates miraculously open. It’s been great to see so many families visiting


Brooklands, particularly in the half-terms and school holidays. Many of you bring picnics and


CHAIRMANS’ MESSAGE


this edition, so my contribution this month is very brief! Tamalie Newbery has now taken up her post as Director and CEO of the Museum, and you will have the opportunity to hear about her vision for the coming years when she addresses the membership at our forthcoming AGM (17th July). The farewell to Allan Winn event had to be postponed due to the inclement weather on 1st March, but was re-scheduled for 5th April, so by the time you read this should have taken place – hopefully snow in April was unlikely! At our AGM we would welcome nominations


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for new members of the Committee, so if you think that you have something to offer and would like to stand for election, please contact our Secretary, Kevin Lee, to discuss it further. The Committee meets six times a year, currently at 5.00pm on a Wednesday evening, and if you would like to know more about the roles and responsibilities of Committee members, please contact either our Secretary or myself.


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food to eat whilst here. That’s fine but please bear in mind that you should not eat it whilst in the Museum Café or Members’ Bar. Only food and drink purchased at the Museum may be consumed in those areas. In the case of inclement weather, food can be consumed as directed by signs on the Café door – usually in one of the Education rooms or the Napier Room. Food and drink for babies and young children or specialised diets are exceptions. In memory of... Sadly, each issue we lose some of our members and we’d like to pass the condolences of the Brooklands Trust Members’ Chairman and Committee to the families of the following who we have been notified have recently passed away. Clive Hatto from Woking who joined last year. Robert Chambers from Addlestone who had been a member for just over a year. Sam Whitworth from Pickering, North Yorkshire. Mr A Aldous from West Byfleet who was a member for over 10 years. Diana Bedford – an Honorary member and former member of the Brooklands staff. Richard Stennett from Byfleet who had been a member for nearly 20 years.


Tim Morris News


time of significant change at the Museum, but most is already reported elsewhere in


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