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Bristol cars event at Aerospace Bristol 19th June

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Old 26-05-22, 09:57 AM
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Default Bristol cars event at Aerospace Bristol 19th June

Dear enthusiasts,

Bristol Aerospace are hosting an open day on Sunday, the 19th of June, Father's Day. They would love to have a display of Bristol cars and buses, and those of us attending get free entrance to the museum where we can see the best exhibit of all, the Heritage Trust's display 403.
Please contact Adam Jones for further details if you would like to come.
adam.jones@aerospacebristol.org

Yours in Bristol
Stefan
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Old 28-07-22, 09:42 AM
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Default Bristol Cavalcade Tuesday August 16th

Dear fellow Bristoleer

A cavalcade of Bristol cars and vintage Bristol Buses will travel from the Aerospace Bristol museum to Cotswold Airport at Kemble, Gloucestershire, on Tuesday, August 16, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first flight of the Bristol Britannia, the world’s first long range turbo-prop airliner.

Voyagers will be able to see Britannia exhibits in the museum, including the forward fuselage of G-ALRX that made an emergency landing on the mud flats of the Severn Estuary on February 4, 1954.

At Kemble we can go on board the last Britannia to fly and hear from members of the Bristol Britannia XM496 Preservation Society, who are looking after this iconic aircraft, nicknamed the Whispering Giant – www.xm496.com

They will also have the chance to win a limited-edition print of a painting of the Britannia's first flight from Filton in 1952, entitled The First Whisper, signed by the artist, Len Hutton, and the designer, Sir Archibald Russell, of Concorde fame.

The buses, including double-deckers, have been organised by the Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection - Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection - and some of their vehicles will be taking part.
All Bristol cars are welcome-and will jave free entry to the museum and exhibits. This is a chance to see our lovely display 403 in Aerospace Bristol before we start.
Do hope you can come. Please let Peter Gibbs know if you would like to take part, his email is
peter.gibbs2@sky.com.


Yours in Bristol
Stefan Cembrowicz
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