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Concorde memories sought

Aerospace Bristol is launching an appeal for stories and memories of Concorde ahead of her new home opening next summer.

22-Dec-2016

Ahead of the new home of its Concorde opening in the summer, Aerospace Bristol is asking people to share their memories of seeing the aircraft make its final flight (November 26, 2003).
Iain Gray, Chairman of Aerospace Bristol, said: “Like many Bristolians, I have always been proud of Concorde and the achievements of all those that have worked, often their entire careers, in the aerospace industry. We want to celebrate the innovation and endeavor of those generations who went before us but also, look forward, to inspire the imagination our young people through our learning and activity programme and to consider careers in our aviation industry.
Creating a fitting new home for Concorde can only happen with the support of Concorde friends and admirers. We are asking everyone who remembers Concorde’s final flight, and shares our aim of keeping the spirit of Concorde alive, to please come on board by making a donation today. Your contribution will truly make a difference.”
To play your part in creating a new home for Concorde, and to share your memories of Concorde’s final flight, visit www.aerospacebristol.org/support. Give £10 or more and you will receive a small thank you gift.

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Mrs Margaret Purser nee Weight said on the 8-Aug-2017 at 19:28

My father Mr Leslie Weight T67/95643 was a tool
Inspector and worked on Concorde. I have his
invitation to a reception to mark the FIRST
FLIGHT OF CONCORDE PROTOTYPE 001.
My husband acconpanied him. the date was to be
advised. The number of the invitation was 0456.

I also have his first day cover of Concorde on
which are concorde stamps. I also have his Concorde
tie. I hope this may be of interest to you.
Sincerely. Margaret

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