Brooklands Reunion. Action on Mercedes-Benz World Circuit and Test Hill. Parking in The Heights*.
25th-26th Wings & Wheels at Dunsfold Park.
TVR Pre-80s Day. Test Hill in action. Displays. Parking in The Heights*.
All American Day. Paddock displays. Parking in The Heights*.
BTM Talk. Steve Cropley, Autocar’s Editor-in- Chief will look at the future of electric and hydrogen transport, ‘The car you will be driving in 10 years time’. See ‘BTM Talks’ in ‘News’ for booking details.
Aviation Day. Aircraft Displays and Fly-in. Park- ing in The Heights*.
22nd Historics Auction. www.historics.co.uk
Parking in The Heights*.
BTM Touring Assembly – provisional date.
30th Great War Day. Paddock and aircraft displays. Re-enactors. Parking in The Heights*.
Morgan Day. Test Hill in action. Displays. Park- ing in The Heights*.
12th-15thBTM Weekend at Llanerchindda Farm Guest House, Llandovery, Wales. Details from email@example.com
VC10 ZA150 Open Day at Dunsfold Park.
Autumn Motorsport Day. Action on Mercedes- Benz World Circuit and Test Hill. Premiumevent.
FORTHCOMING EVENTS 18th
17th-19thCraft in Focus show. Parking in the Community Park Friday and The Heights* Saturday and Sunday.
See website for details. Parking in The Heights*.
BTM Talk. ‘Cobb, Campbell and the Kings of Speed’. Steve Cropley and Don Wales, grandson of Sir Malcolm Campbell and World Land Speed Record holder. See ‘BTM Talks’ in ‘News’ for booking details.
London Bus Museum TransportFest. Parking in The Heights*.
22nd-26thAutumn half-term activities and Car Rides.
Autumn Classic Breakfast. Test Hill in action. Gates open 7.45am.
BTM Coach Trip to the Mini plant at Oxford. Details from angelahume@brooklandsmem- bers.co.uk
BTM marks the Centenary of the day World War One ended and pays tribute to the RAF at 100, with special guests, poetry and music of the time. Starts at 4.00pm. See ‘BTM Talks’ in ‘News’ for booking details. BTM Annual Dinner.
18th Military Vehicles Day. Action on the Mercedes- Benz World 4x4 Course, re-enactors. Parking in The Heights*.
designated vehicles only can enter via the Campbell Gate. All other members including Club level and visitors please park in The Heights or main public car park unless otherwise specified.
Parking arrangements for other weekend events are: • Club level members – entry via Campbell Gate and parking outside the Paddock (period/ classic vehicles only inside the Paddock by invitation. Please abide by staff directions)
• All other members and visitors – entry via main public entrance off Brooklands Drive.
Brooklands Trust Members Members’ Administrators (all membership levels) Tim Morris and Jeni Larwood Postal address as for the Museum 01932 857381 ext 226 Monday to Friday firstname.lastname@example.org
Chairman Neil Bailey 07970 206778 email@example.com
Secretary Kevin Lee 01932 562246 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tours and Trips Angela Hume 07884 184882 email@example.com
Outreach David Norfolk 01372 373929 firstname.lastname@example.org
Talks Steve Clarke 07860 355525 email@example.com www.brooklandsmembers.co.uk
Brooklands Museum Brooklands Road Weybridge Surrey KT13 0QN 01932 857381 Fax 01932 855465 www.brooklandsmuseum.com
CEO Tamalie Newbery ext 243
Development Director David Nagle ext 238
Volunteer Resources Manager Sue Lewin ext 242
Estates and Heritage Manager Julian Temple ext 240
Head of Learning and Visitor Services Virginia Smith ext 248
Charity number 296661. Please quote this if making donations or requesting them via a funeral director. 5
Curatorial and Archive Enquiries Andrew Lewis ext 246 Commercial Director Valerie Mills ext 255
Events Manager Donna Hopton ext 253 firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Track & Air Events Steve Castle ext 244
Concorde Operations Manager Michelina Caliendo-Sear ext 237 email@example.com
Hospitality Sales Manager Joanna Rodgers ext 251 firstname.lastname@example.org
Marketing and PR Manager Paul Stewart
ext 249 Except where otherwise noted, Museum e-mail addresses have the format email@example.com
*Parking arrangements Please note that for all events marked ‘Parking in The Heights*’
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