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Learning in the Aircraft Factory.


June and 7th July from 10.00am to 1.00pm. All materials are provided and the workshop is limited to 10 spaces. For more information please contact me via oliviafrench@brooklandsmu- seum.com Family activities Join us during the school holidays for a variety of free drop-in craft and STEM-based activities suitable for children of all ages. Weather permitting, look out for our fleet of pedal planes circling the Shell Pagoda for under-fives. These sessions are free of charge and all the materials are provided.


OUTREACH


The Factory at Night – twilight opening, 1st June We’ll be hosting an evening of activities for Scout, Cub, Girl Guide and Brownie groups in our Aircraft Factory. Join us and see live demos in the factory, make and test your own paper glider and listen to a dramatic story about life in the factory during World War Two. Pre-booking is required and for further information please contact me via oliviafrench@brooklandsmuseum.com Olivia French


Update


The Outreach stand in the Paddock for British Marques Day (Roddy Garnett).


construction of British racing green igloos to endure the worst that the ‘Beast from the East’ could throw at them for the newly named British Marques Day. However, the event enjoyed an almost balmy, eight degrees C, so the team were spared. Mini Day proved as popular as ever and we


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enjoyed a fairly constant flow of visitors to the revamped and greatly improved 2018 stand (thank


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he intrepid, all weather, go anywhere Outreach team were busy researching the


The immaculate new interior (Roddy Garnett).


you Debbie Crawt and Roddy Garnett). The tombola and ever-popular lolly game generated the usual interest and fund-raising. Kelly Webb’s and my last generation Minis, plus the most brilliantly restored Mini Traveller from John Pook, provided our regular heritage display. The show season is now well underway and the


team (hopefully) have shelved the igloo plans for another year. Rolie Luker, Outreach Co-ordinator


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