The BLOODHOUND Engineering Adventure will have a presence at the following public events:
Join us at the Bloodhound Technical Centre in Avonmouth on Saturday 1st November 2014 for a rare opportunity to look round at the latest progress on the build of Bloodhound SSC first hand.
Wednesday 29th Oct - Sunday 2 Nov - 9.30 - 4.00
TIQ Stratford City (The International Quarter) Stratford City, London
Technopop is an exciting pop-up Science, Technology and Innovation Festival aimed at 6-19 year olds. It includes a fully immersive technology exhibition alongside an interactive programme of educational workshops and events.
Bloodhound SSC will be at the event from Wednesday to Sunday with the Show Car, Bloodhound Driving Experience and a display about the project. On Wed - Fri we will be running Rocket Car Workshops alongside the display so come along and find out more about this exciting project and some of the Education activities we are running!
Saturday 15th November
Toyota, Tenth Avenue, Deeside, Flintshire,CH5 2TW
The Wales Rally GB will be running its various stages during a week in November and on Saturday 15th November when cars return to Deeside for their service update there will be a full day of entertainment laid on. This will include music, sideshows and fireworks and Bloodhound SSC' s full size replica car will be one of the highlights! The event is being held in the Toyota manufacturing plant and they are putting on a museum of classic cars as an exhibit for the public with the Bloodhound as a feature so please come along to find out more about the project.
For more information:- www.walesrallygb.com
When: Monday 17th November 7pm
Where: St Catherine's Primary School, Coneybury, Bletchingley, Redhill RH1 4PP
Speaker: Ian Northeast
Come and hear an introduction and all the latest action on building the World's fastest car.
Ian is an experienced Ambassador for the Bloodhound Project Team and has given audio-visual assisted talks to a wide range of schools to help promote the unique science and engineering aspects of this inspiring project.
For free tickets, please email Ian Northeast