Bristol Aero Talks

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Welcome to the Bristol Aero Talks website.

 

Bristol Aero Talks are a series of talks on aerospace and related high-technology subjects with particular emphasis on the history of the Bristol and surrounding areas.

 

These talks, for which no admission is charged, are held monthly at BAWA in Filton (click here for information on getting to BAWA).  The talks are normally held on a Friday evening between September and March.  However, as these talks are being run independently, we will ask for a voluntary contribution of one pound per person to cover the room rental and associated costs.  In the event there is an accrued surplus at the end of the season of talks it will be donated to a good cause such as the Air Ambulance.

 

Bristol Aero Talks makes use of e-mail as the primary communications medium and to handle matters efficiently a number of e-mail addresses have been set up - please see the Contact Us page for more information including how to receive talk announcements by e-mail.

 

NEWS

 

The next talk is currently being finalised.

 

Details will be provided here once they are available.

 

 

Information on the next scheduled talk can be found by clicking Here

 

Details of the forthcoming talks program may be found by clicking Here

 

Information on the earlier talks given under the Bristol Aero Talks banner may be found by clicking Here

 

External Events

The next Light Aircraft Association Bristol Strut talk is by Neville Parton on "The Servicing Commandos of the RAF". If you haven't heard of these, now is the chance to learn about them - and we may have some rare film footage.

It will be held in BAWA Room 7, 19:30 for 19:45, Tuesday April 2.

Visitors are welcome - please contact Trevor Wilcock on 01275 858337 to ensure seat availability.

 

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