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Friends of the New Forest Airfields

Heritage Centre Openings  

2019 Open Days here website here

FONFA is a charity established by aviation enthusiasts, veterans, authors and historians in the New Forest. FONFA’s Heritage Centre is in a former RAF Sopley building.

Derrit Lane, Sopley BH23 8AU. Turn first left as you enter the new housing estate


East Boldre Book

East Boldre This book tells the story of the pioneering flights from 1910 to 1920.


Thursday 30th May Reading – Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Hampshire & Dorset Group Event


How to project your best profile and sell yourself - what recruiters REALLY look for. Speakers Bethany Fovargue, Operations Manager, NOVUS Trust and Sean Figura ESCM CMILT, Managing Partner at IC Supply - Procurement & Supply Chain Recruiter to the Advanced Manufacturing Industries. Join the latest Leaders of Change event, hosted by Peter Brett Associates in Reading. We are growing a community of professionals and equipping them with the skills to create a self-sustaining group of with an entrepreneurial spirit that can share experience, build networks of like-minded professionals and eventually, become mentors themselves for nascent and potential future entrepreneurs. 17:00 for 17:30 - 21:30.   Peter Bretts Associates, Caversham Bridge House, Waterman Place,  Reading, RG1 8DN. Book online now or contact Membership Services with your completed booking form, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membershipATciltuk.org.uk quoting the event code: TVG0376. Cost: Member: £10.00; Non-Member: £10.00  


Thursday 30th May Farnborough - Farnborough Air Sciences Trust Association


The Royal Aircraft Factory in the WW1: the 1st Air War by Dr Graham Rood. The centenary of the RAE in 2018 focussed on the 100 years of research & development after the formation of RAE in April 1918. This has resulted unfortunately, but necessarily, in the significant work carried out between 1914 and 1918 by the Factory being left aside. Non-members are welcome to attend subject to a donation to FAST of £5 per head. All talks take place at 7:30pm in the Village Hotel, Pinehurst Road,   IQ Business Park,   Farnborough, Hampshire   GU14 7BF, unless otherwise stated. Fluor Ltd have kindly made their Multi-storey car park available for attendees at the FAST talk to use. http://www.airsciences.org.uk/



Thursday 30th May Yeovil - Society of Friends of the Fleet Air Arm Museum (SoFFAAM) Lecture


“The Royal International Air Tattoo from small beginnings” Mr Tim Price, OBE, FRAeS. Lectures are held in the FAAM auditorium on the last Thursday of each month (except August and December) at 19.30. SoFFAAM Fleet Air Arm Museum, Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, Ilchester BA22 8HT. The entry price is £7.00. (unless otherwise stated). Non-members are welcome. The price includes light refreshments, including a glass of wine. These are very popular events and numbers are limited.  Members can buy tickets online or telephone the Museum Shop (01935 842617 or 01935 842616) to order and tickets can be posted out or collected from the Museum. More details and ticket bookings at the SOFFAAM website www.fleetairarmfriends.org.uk


 


Wednesday 31st May Weybridge - Brooklands Trust Members Event


The Self Preservation Society at 50 Author Matthew Field will be with us to talk about The Italian Job which, unbelievably celebrates its semi-centenary this year! This is the story of the famous film starring Michael Caine which is sure to "blow the bl***%! doors off!" We are delighted that film producer Michael Deeley will be with us in conversation with Matt. Michael was a producer on the Italian Job and also won an Oscar for The Deer Hunter a film he made with Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep. Michael can discuss all aspects of The Italian Job from casting Michael Caine to securing the Minis from BMC.   Doors open 6pm - Hot food and Members Bar. Event begins at 7.30pm in the Napier Room. Parking on the Museum site outside the Paddock - enter via the Brooklands Road gate (marked JTI). Time 7:30p.m. - 9:30p.m. Members £2, Non-Members £7. To order tickets please ring 01932 857381 ext 226 or book online at the link below.



Sunday 2nd June Salisbury - Old Sarum Airfield 'Vintage Sunday' Event

Our popular event for vintage and classic cars, motorbikes and aircraft. Join us on the first Sunday of every month for this informal gathering. Free. Arrivals from 10am. Free landings at Old Sarum for all aircraft registered before 1960. Reduced entry (」5) to the Boscombe Down Aviation Collection for pilots of pre-1960 aircraft and drivers/riders of classic and vintage cars and motorbikes. On arrival, please follow the signs and look out for marshals who will direct you to a dedicated parking area.   Cars and motorbikes must not enter the active airfield.   Information on events at the Boscombe Down Aviation Collection can be found on Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/Boscombe-Down-Aviation-Collection-330939183658923/  or at  www.boscombedownaviationcollection.co.uk

  

Tuesday 4th June Bishop’s Waltham – Bishop’s Waltham Aviation Group Lecture

TSR2: A Missed Opportunity?・By Ben Goodlad. The BAC TSR2 was designed as a supersonic nuclear bomber at the height of the cold war with a first flight in September 1964.   Cancellation of the aircraft early the following year remains controversial   and continues to arouse strong feelings. Ben is currently completing an Aero Engineering degree course at Southampton University and has researched the aircraft   in depth. TSR2 was considered the most technically advanced aircraft in the world and Ben will   present   a balanced analysis of the project with emphasis on how far the engineering challenges contributed to its・cancellation. Doors  open at 7:45pm with presentation starting at 8:00pm. We meet in the Church Hall, off Free Street Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire SO32 1EE. A location map and directions can be found in the 'ABOUT' section of this site. The fee for each meeting is normally 」2.50p. Website www.bwavg.co.uk.

  

Wednesday 5th June Poole - Women in Engineering at Poole Maritime Festival

What are the challenges and enablers to recruiting and developing careers for women in engineering? Hear inspiring stories from our guest panel and network  with manufacturers and engineers from across the region. Anjie Rook, Business Support and Services Director with the RNLI, Lesley Keets, COO from Actisense and Victoria Sergeant from Siemens will be sharing their experiences of working within engineering and manufacturing.   Angharad Holloway, Head Teacher at Talboth Heath School talks about inspiring an interest in STEM subjects from an early age, while  Diana Parkes will talk through latest findings from  the Womens Sat Nav to Success survey. 08:30 ・11:00. RNLI College, West Quay, Poole BH15 1HZ. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/women-in-engineering-tickets-59826050327

  

Wednesday 5th June Romsey - South Hampshire Historical Aviation Society (SHHAS) Talk

'The loss of Lockheed Hudson T9320.' On the afternoon of 15th August 1940 a Lockheed Hudson, T9320, took off from Eastleigh en route to RAF Siloth. The balloon barrage was being raised at the time due to an incoming raid, and the Hudson struck one of the cables and crashed into houses in Nutbeam Road. All military personnel and one civilian on board were killed, as were two civilians at Nutbeam Road. All meetings 7.30 for 7.45pm start. Romsey Working Men's Conservative Club. Non-members very welcome (」4 on the door). Contact Phil Wiltshire philccbwAThotmail.co.uk.

  

Thursday 6th June Middle Wallop - Museum of Army Flying Event

Normandy 1944 - a legacy to the 43rd Wessex Division. The 43rd Wessex Division was a Territorial Division that served with distinction in the Second World War on the Western Front from June 1944 until May 1945, suffering heavy casualties but gaining an excellent reputation. Based on interviews with members of the Division, Lt Col (Retd) Ian Holmes presents an illustrative talk on the anniversary of D-Day.   7:00 pm ・9:00 pm. Book online http://armyflying.com/events/expert-talks/normandy-1944-a-legacy-to-the-43rd-wessex-division/

  

Thursday 6th June Weybridge - Brooklands Trust Members Event

Send to Syracuse: The Connaught Cars Story. This is a BTM Classic talk. Local privateers, Connaught Engineering, entered the world of Formula 1 beginning in a small workshop in Send and peaking on the track at Syracuse in 1955 with young driver Tony Brooks driving the first British car since 1923 to win a Grand Prix. Publisher Guy Loveridge and one of the books authors, Graham Rabagliati, will be with us tonight to discuss the story and copies of the book will be on sale and available for signing. Doors open 6pm - Hot food and Members Bar. Event begins at 7.30pm in the Vickers Suite. Parking on the Museum site outside the Paddock - enter via the Brooklands Road gate (marked JTI). Time 7:30p.m. - 9:30p.m. Members 」2, Non-Members 」7. To order tickets please ring 01932 857381 ext 226 or email to Yvette at talksATbrooklandsmembers.co.uk.

  

Monday 10th June Andover - Andover Strut Meeting

The Andover Strut meets on the 2nd Monday in the month at Popham Airfield (EGHP). Visitors welcome.   We normally gather at around 19:30 for a 20:00 start. Tea, coffee and  biscuits  available throughout the evening. http://www.andoverstrut.org.uk

  

Monday 10th June Reading – Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Hampshire & Dorset Group Event

Weather the Storm: How to Move from Blaming the Weather to Gaining from the Weather Oliver Bowie, Marketing Coordinator, Triangle Information Management. Weather is the great disruptor in the ground transportation industry. It affects every inhabitant on Earth, as well as every logistics and transportation business, regardless of location or size.   Many of these businesses are now using weather insights to their advantage, yet many remain negatively impacted by weather resulting in supply chain disruption, financial loss and brand reputation damage. During this event, you値l learn how companies in the logistics and transportation industry can move from blaming the weather to gaining from the weather using the world痴 most precise weather and traffic data, combined with some of the latest technology available to companies, today.   As usual, informal discussion will continue in the adjacent pub after the event. 18:00 - 20:00, Reading Town Hall, Blagrave St, Reading, West Berkshire RG1 1QH. Meeting Point: Soane Space. As is customary, the group will continue informal discussions in an adjacent pub from 20:00 hours. Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: 」10.00. Refreshments and a light buffet will be provided.   Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: membershipATciltuk.org.uk

  

Tuesday 11th June Swindon - Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) SW:Swindon local network Lecture ****

Leading the Charge in Making Waves: A Brief History of Electromagnetics. Electromagnetics is the field that enlightens the world. This lecture aims lucidly to enlighten the world on the field of electromagnetics. (IET Electromagnetics Touring Lecture) 6:30pm. Swindon College, North Star Avenue, Swindon, SN2 1DY. https://communities.theiet.org/communities/events/item/181/77/23170

  

Tuesday 11th June Farnborough - Royal Aeronautical Society (RAES) Farnborough Branch Lecture ****

The Zephyr high altitude long endurance aircraft by Paul Stevens Airbus Farnborough. The first unmanned aircraft of its kind to fly in the stratosphere, Zephyr harnesses the sun's rays, running exclusively on solar power, above the weather and conventional air traffic. It is a HAPS: a High Altitude Pseudo Satellite, able to fly for months at a time, combining the persistence of a satellite with the flexibility of a UAV. 19:00 - 21:30. BAE Systems, The Park Centre, Farnborough, Farnborough Aerospace Centre, Aerospace Boulevard, Farnborough GU14 6XN. Contact Ian Pigram email pigramikATbp.com or Dr Mike Philpot 01252 614618.

  

Tuesday 11th June Bournemouth -  Bournemouth Red Arrows Association event

Event TBC.    Bournemouth Sports Club at Chapel gate 7:00pm  for a 7:30 start. Members 」1, non-members 」3. Contact 9redjetsAToutlook.com. https://www.bmthreds.co.uk/

  

Tuesday 11th – Thursday 13th June Southampton - Seawork 2019

Seawork is a 'one stop shop' for buyers, providing access to the commercial marine and workboat markets. It is the largest European commercial marine exhibition held at the prestigious Mayflower Park venue in Southampton. www.seawork.com

  

Wednesday 12th June Southampton - Institution of Civil Engineers South West (ICE) Event ****

The neuroscience of leadership, Southampton The South Branch Graduates, Students, and Apprentices (GSA) Committee has the privilege to invite you to attend an evening seminar with Tom Flatau of Teamworking International, who previously delivered a stimulating event in the region on 蘇ow to become a black belt negotiator・ Change your mindset・ransform your performance.   17:30-20:00. University of Southampton, Lanchester Theatre (07/3009), Lanchester Building Southampton SO17 7HT. For more information please contact: Anne Qualters e: Anne.qualtersATice.org.uk

  

Friday 14th June Lyndhurst - New Forest Aviation Group (NFAG) Lecture

The Navy痴 Role in the Battle of Britain・by Kim Sharman Doors open at 7pm for prompt 7.30pm start at Lyndhurst Community Centre. Visitors 」4 including light refreshment. Contact Stephen Robson:  stephen.robson10ATbtopenworld.com  or Mike Collo at  m.colloATbtinternet.com.

  

Friday 14th June Weybridge - Brooklands Trust Members Event

Transatlantic Crossing: Alcock & Brown. A Classic Talk - please reserve your place and pay on the night. The story of the first direct trans-Atlantic flight by Alcock and Brown on Saturday 14th June- Sunday 15th June 1919. Learn about two magnificent pioneering men who overcame all obstacles to become the first to fly the Atlantic nonstop in 1919. Learn how Brown hacked ice from a vital fuel gauge and hear about Alcock痴 recovery from a loss of control while disorientated in cloud. These heroes were welcomed back in London by crowds lining the streets. Their achievement was celebrated just as enthusiastically as the first men on the moon 50 years later. We will be celebrating this remarkable achievement of 100 years ago in 2019. Former pilot Cyril Mannion will tell us about their incredible achievement. Doors open 6pm - Hot food and Members Bar. Event begins at 7.30pm in the Napier Suite. Parking on the Museum site outside the Paddock - enter via the Brooklands Road gate (marked JTI). Time 7:30p.m. - 9:30p.m. Members 」2, Non-Members 」7. To order tickets please ring 01932 857381 ext 226 or email to Yvette at talksATbrooklandsmembers.co.uk

  

Tuesday 18th June Salisbury – Boscombe Down Aviation Collection (BDAC) Presentation

From Sapper to Spitfire Spy via Old Sarum - Sally-Anne Greville-Heygate. Monthly presentations. 18:30 for 19:00. Entrance Members free and Non-members £5 (includes access to the collection). Venue BDAC conference room Hangar 1 South, Old Sarum Airfield, Old Sarum, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4 6DZ. Tel: 01722 323636.

  

Wednesday 19th June Weybridge - Royal Aeronautical Society (RAES) Weybridge Lecture ****

VC10 to Voyager. RAF Speaker to be advised. Lecture 18:45 - 20:00. Brooklands Museum, Brooklands Road, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 0QN. Open for non RAeS members, entrance fee 」2.50. Ken Davies tel 01483 531529. kenmodaviesATaol.com

  

Thursday 20th June Weymouth - Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) Dorset and South Wilts Network Lecture ****

Laying Subsea Intercontinental Internet Cables on the Seabed by Rob Struzyna. 18:30 Tea, 19:00 Lecture starts, 20:00 Q&A 20:30 Close. Weymouth College, Fleet Building, Cranford Avenue, Weymouth, Dorset, DT47LQ. Contact Andrew Criswick. Tel:  01305 212926, mob: 07867 843475 Email: andrew.criswickATuk.atlas-elektronik.com

  

Thursday 20th June Basingstoke - TeenTech Hampshire 2019

It's FREE to exhibit.  9:15am ・2:45pm. TeenTech・Hampshire is a lively one-day interactive programme with a supporting Awards Scheme founded by   broadcaster, Maggie Philbin that aims to change perceptions of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) careers amongst teenagers and their teachers and act as a catalyst to encourage your industry to engage with young people. It gives you a chance for your business to engage with your future workforce, showcasing the technology and opportunities available. https://www.ebpsouth.co.uk/Event/teentech-hampshire-2019-exhibit

  

Thursday 20th June Middle Wallop - Museum of Army Flying Event

UNPROFOR 1995 ・The AAC痴 return to expeditionary operations. One off lecture by Major General Nick Caplin who was OC of 664 Sqn at the time of this talk and led the deployment into Theatre (which was a new venture for the AAC). British troops were deployed to Bosnia in 1992 as part of UNPROFOR (the UN Protection Force), whose mission in Bosnia was to protect the population whilst the Croation War of Independence was brought to a conclusion.   In mid-1994, the AAC was warned for a deployment to Bosnia to cover the withdrawal of British and UN troops following the escalation in hostilities between the 3 warring factions.   Come the start of 1995, the situation had stabilised leading to a change in mission.  This talk covers the deployment of 664 Sqn AAC to Bosnia for Feb-Aug 95, a period covering international brinksmanship, the siege of Sarajevo, the tragedy of Srebrenica and the prelude to the NATO IFOR mission.  And, following Tony Blair痴 policy of being prepared to use force for good, this was the AAC痴 return to expeditionary operations. A curry supper is also available from the Apache Cafe at 6pm. Spaces are limited so book in advance to avoid disappointment. 7:00 pm ・9:00 pm. Book online http://armyflying.com/events/expert-talks/unprofor-1995-the-aac-s-return-to-expeditionary-operations/

  

Thursday 20th June Poole - Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) Dorset and South Wilts Network Lecture ****

Small Hydro Developments presented by Robert Sonoga and Tulsi Phuyal from Hydroplan. 6pm at RNLI Lifeboat College, West Quay Road, Poole, BH15 1HZ. Contact Andrew Criswick. Tel:  01305 212926, mob: 07867 843475 Email: andrew.criswickATuk.atlas-elektronik.com

  

Friday 21st June Yeovil - Royal Aeronautical Society (RAES) Yeovil Lecture

Flying on Salisbury Plain by Ted Mustard. 18:30 at Leonardo Helicopters, Lysander Road, Yeovil BA20 2YB. Leonardo MW Limited, Dallas Conference Room 1A, Leonardo Helicopters, Yeovil BA20 2YB Entrance via Lysander Road. RAeS Yeovil Branch Committee ・raesyeovil.mbxATleonardocompany.com or david.mccallumATleonardocompany.com and Michael.WinderATleonardocompany.com.

  

Friday June 21st – Monday 24th June Bournemouth - The Festival of Design and Engineering 2019

The Festival of Design and Engineering is a showcase exhibition where our students’ creative skills, designs and prototypes are displayed to industry, commerce, friends, family and the public. Final year students will be on-hand to talk about the latest technologies they have employed to design solutions to real problems, encompassing market need, function, sustainability, style and aesthetics. Daily 10am- 4pm. Bournemouth University, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole BH12 5BB. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/festival-of-design-and-engineering-2019-tickets-49167099117

  

Monday 24th June Chichester - Arun & Chichester (Air) Enthusiasts Society Air ACES Talk

Operation Barwood by Air Marshal Sir Baz North KCB OBE RAF (retd). Sir Baz will give an insight into 徹peration Barwood・and the challenges of undertaking this humanitarian mission. The operation involved the provision of helicopter support and the delivery of relief supplies to Mozambique and the parts of Southern Africa, after these areas had been devastated by severe flooding. Sir Baz will show the sort of vital relief work where a helicopter can become a true life-saver to those suffering a natural disaster. The talk will be accompanied by pictures of the operation. Free coffee and biscuits.   All welcome. 19:00 for 19:30 start. Chichester Park Hotel, behind Sainsbury痴 on the Chichester By-pass. Entrance fee to each meeting members 」3/non-members 」5. Contact David Batcock on 01243-823007 or email infoATairaces.org.uk.

  

Monday 24th – Sunday 30th June Salisbury - Chalke Valley History Festival

The Chalke Valley History Festival began in 2011 on a small scale and as a fundraiser for the local cricket club. Club stalwart and historian James Holland had the idea for a festival but it was James Heneage, founder and former CEO of Ottakar痴 bookshops and now historical novelist, who suggested a festival dedicated to history.   Giant Hawker Typhoon ・known as the 典iffy・dominating the chalk downs and standing sentinel over the Festival will be a brand-new installation: not the Angel of the North but the 禅iffy・of the South. Built in partnership with QinetiQ ・a leading science and engineering company operating primarily in the defence, security and aerospace markets ・at the MOD Boscombe Down, this will be the largest model Word War II fighter plane ever built. Its construction will be overseen by QinetiQ engineers, with much of the work being carried out as a special project by the company痴 apprentices who will be working alongside universities, colleges and schools. Local children, years 6 and above, will be helping to paint sections of the plane, and even branches of the Scout Association in the area will be closely involved. We will be using its construction to inspire the next generation about history and engineering. Church Bottom, Bury Lane, Broad Chalke, Near Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 5DP. https://cvhf.org.uk/about-chalke-valley-history-festival/

  

Tuesday 25th June Milton Keynes - Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition

With over 2,500 delegates, 200 exhibitors and 100 speakers representing sectors such as Manufacturing, Lean & CI, Industry 4.0, Robotics and Automation, 3D & Composites, Supply Chain, QEHS, Research & Development, Sustainable Manufacturing and Precision Engineering, do not miss the opportunity network and engage with industry peers. Arena MK, Milton Keynes.

  

Wednesday 26th June Gosport - Gosport Aviation Society (GAS) Meeting

Social Evening. 7.30pm for 8.00pm. GAS has moved venue to the Royal Naval Association Club. RNA Gosport RNA Club. 66 Fareham Road Gosport Hampshire Entry charge of 」3.00 for visitors. Contact Bob Wealthy Tel 01329 315561. solentaeromarineAThotmail.com

  

Thursday 27th June Weybridge - Brooklands Trust Members Event

The HWM Story with Simon Taylor. This is a BTM Classic Talk. Commentator, journalist and author Simon Taylor is publishing a new book on Hersham & Walton Motors. He will join Autocar Editor in Chief Steve Cropley to talk about the new book and the impact of HWM on British racing. The event takes place in the Napier Room of the Brooklands Clubhouse. Please enter via the Campbell gate off Brooklands Road and park on the Museum site outside of The Paddock. Doors open 6pm - Hot food and Members Bar. Event begins at 7.30pm in the Napier Suite. Parking on the Museum site outside the Paddock - enter via the Brooklands Road gate (marked JTI). Time 7:30p.m. - 9:30p.m. Members 」2, Non-Members 」7. To order tickets please ring 01932 857381 ext 226 or email to Yvette at talksATbrooklandsmembers.co.uk

  

Thursday 27th June Yeovil - Society of Friends of the Fleet Air Arm Museum (SoFFAAM) Lecture

Naval Pilots in the Battle of   Britain・by Mr Paul Beaver. Lectures are held in the FAAM auditorium on the last Thursday of each month (except August and December) at 19.30. SoFFAAM Fleet Air Arm Museum, Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, Ilchester BA22 8HT. The entry price is 」7.00. (unless otherwise stated). Non-members are welcome. The price includes light refreshments, including a glass of wine. These are very popular events and numbers are limited.  Members can buy tickets online or telephone the Museum Shop (01935 842617 or 01935 842616) to order and tickets can be posted out or collected from the Museum. More details and ticket bookings at the SOFFAAM website www.fleetairarmfriends.org.uk

  

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

  

Wednesday 10th July Winchester - Science Centre & Planetarium Lecture Series

Applying Missile Defence Technology to Solve the Near Earth Asteroid Problem (Rescheduled from January) Alexander Godfrey (Lockheed Martin), The Chelyabinsk meteor in 2013 caused approximately 」10 million worth of damage and led to 1500 people seeking medical attention. The object remained undetected prior to its atmospheric entry and a larger meteor would be catastrophic if it happened over a city.  Before panic sets in; some comfort can be taken that systems already exist, or are being developed, that could deal with this threat. With the technology potentially at our fingertips, this presentation primarily explores whether or not there is a strong enough business case for the inhabitants of Earth to pay for such a system. This Weapon Systems and Technology Lecture will be presented by Alex Godfrey ARAeS, Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin UK.   4:30pm lecture 」8/」6 and 6:30pm lecture 」10/」8. Airbus Defence and Space Planetarium  in Winchester, Telegraph Way,  Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 1HZ. http://www.winchestersciencecentre.org/visitor-information/whats-on/space-lectures/





  


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