Eastern Branch workshop and information meeting
|Date||Thursday, December 6, 2018|
|Duration||Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 10:00am - 4:00pm|
The APEA Eastern Branch workshop and information meeting
Venue: Sywell Aerodrome www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk
Hall Farm, Sywell NN6 0BN
Please confirm your attendance now
November 2018: Early Calling notice – Save the day
FROM: Anton Martiniussen, Secretary & Treasurer Eastern Branch,
C/O ELAFLEX LTD, Hoddesdon, Herts EN11 0PA. Mobile 07831 595 620. Email: email@example.com
Dear Eastern Branch member
The next Eastern Branch meeting will be held at Sywel Aerodrome. Set in the heart of Northamptonshire, Sywell boasts one of the best General Aviation Airfields in the United Kingdom. With superb airfield facilities and a wonderful Art Deco styled Hotel, it is easy to see why many pilots consider this one of the finest fly-in destinations. This is our Christmas event and always a popular one. We will have several interesting presentations with relevant topics of the day. A few more speakers will be added to the agenda. There is also a hotel on site if you need to stay overnight, quite athmospheric of the 40’s period.
We do hope that you will be able to join us on the day and support the Branch as well as harvesting a great deal of useful information from the presentations for yourself and your organisation. Please make every effort to come and support the branch and update yourself on what is new in the industry as well as updating yourself on the current state of relevant standards and local regulations. The APEA is about knowledge sharing and our event is here to provide you with data important for your job and a platform for discussion on issues of importance and relevance to our industry.
For your interest there is also a small museum opened in 2001 by the legendary aviator Alex Henshaw MBE. Alex flew from Sywell regularly during the Second World War, airtesting Vickers Wellingtons from the aerodrome. During the Second World War, activities at Sywell included repairs to 1,841 Wellington bombers and completion and flight testing of some 260 Lancaster Mk2 four-engined bombers. Approximately 2,500 wartime pilots were trained at Sywell. The aerodrome was also the centre for training ‘Free French’ pilots who had escaped from occupied France. After the war, basic and reserve RAF training continued, together with the overhaul of RAF Wellington, Mosquito, Dakota, Valetta and Varsity aircraft. The buildings themselves are artefacts having been used as bomb fuzing sheds at Bentwaters by the USAAF during WW2. The Museum was expanded by the addition of two new Nissen huts, formerly POW Camp Huts from Snape Farm, Derbyshire. The second hall includes an expanded USAAF Hall and a new POW/Luftwaffe exhibition.
Where else can you get this level of information and quality of speakers not to mention the knowledge you gain for the benefit of yourself and your business or organisation! The cost of attending is £35.00 whether for the whole or part of the day, this amount is subidised by branch capitation funds. Members from other branches are also most welcome. You may bring along a friend or colleagues. The amount goes towards meeting our costs for the event. For non- members a little more just £40.00 and includes the APEA Seminar coffee and sit-down Christmas lunch. You may pay by cash, cheque or bank transfer (see details below).
As demand for this event will be high confirm please confirm your attendance by return to reserve your seat now.
10.00 Arrival: - Tea & Coffee
10.30 Welcome & Branch Business.
Report: Secretary & Treasurer: Anton Martiniussen
Report: Branch Rep: Alex Boudry
11.00 Peter Roll – Petroleum Inspector London Fire Brigade Topic: regulator update.
Standards update. TBA
11.15 Fuelmii – Mobile refuelling. Will attend (with vehicle) Q&A.
11.45 HTEC, Presentation on the Outdoor payment terminal,
14.00 Berry Fuelling Systems Misfuel and Avoidance System / Midas Jacque Williams
14.30 Museum tour
15.00 Tour of the small refuelling facility
16.00 AOB - Close
Please call, email or text us by return on reading this confirming your attendance. Lunch will be provided and is included in the cost of just £35.00 per person (indicate if receipt is required).
How to Pay
You may pay by cash, cheque on the day or bank transfer which we prefer (see details below). The details you will need for BACS transfer are as follows: IBAN GB83MIDL40242121478788
Our bank details are: Sort Code 402421, A/C No 21478788
APEA Eastern Branch, Reference: SYW, Address HSBC, High Street, Hoddesdon, Herts
NO PAYMENTS TO BE MADE TO THE MAIN APEA OFFICE
Email: Elaflex@aol.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Fax 01992 452 911 att: Anton Martiniussen
Phone Mob 07831 595 620 office 01992 452 915 text 07831595620
Please return this slip with your cheque and/or confirm by email to-
Mr. A Martiniussen, APEA - Eastern Branch, C/O Elaflex Ltd, Riverside House, Plumpton Road
HODDESDON Herts EN11 0PA Tel: 01992 452 915 Fax: 01992 452911 Mobile: 07831 595620
We wish to attend the APEA EASTERN BRANCH MEETING on Thursday 6th December 2018
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Please state special dietary requirements. The APEA / APEA Eastern Branch cannot be held liable for anything whatsoever during its event prior to, during or after and all responsibility lies with the attendees, guests, members etc. for safe being, wellbeing etc. You shall familiarize yourself with the condition at the place as well as for the food its content and drink consumed. You may pay on the day subject to confirming to us you that you will be attending. “No shows” on the day will be invoiced. Any changes must be notified 24 hours before. Speakers and timings are subject to change without notice. If you require a CPD certificate, please let us know so we can prepare these in advance for you.