Aerospace Bristol

Visit by Coach

Wednesday 4th March

This will be a vey interesting visit to the home of Bristol’s Concorde, 216 Alfa Foxtrot.
In addition to the magnificent display of AF and all things Concorde related, the Museum includes a comprehensive collection of aircraft developed in Bristol from the early days of flying, through the World Wars right up to today.
The cost of this subsidised visit is £20 per person, which includes hire of an executive coach, the drivers tip and group admission.
There is an excellent cafe at the museum, so there is a comfortable place where refreshments can be found and sore feet rested.
Priority will be given to current Aviation Group members, but members of other Devizes U3A groups, will be welcome.
Please note that anyone not a current member of Devizes U3A will not be covered by our travel insurance, and so will need to make their own arrangements as appropriate.
The coach will leave the Station Road Car Park in Devizes at 09:00 on Wednesday 4th March, due back in Devizes around 17:00 hrs.
The first 30 completed application forms (obtainable by email from Martin Houghton at ), with cheques, will assure a place on the visit.
Once all places are taken, there will be a standby list, and you will be advised if you are placed on this list. Trust all this is clear, any problems, please email Martin Houghton at .