Brian Randall

To all readers:

I know I haven’t added anything to this blog for a long time, that is because there hasn’t been anything to report about moving forward with getting a Wessex airborne.

However I have news of a different sort. One of founders of the group trying to achieve what the title says, has passed away. Brian Randall met with Dr Robert Plemming and I to discover how he got the Vulcan airworthy. He was very informative and we had a flurry of initial interest. Brian unfortunately passed away on Friday from cancer after a short illness. He will be missed by a great number of people, especially the members of this forum. I hope we can carry on in his legacy and achieve our objective of getting a Wessex in the air.

RIP Brian

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About cliverh

Retired aerospace engineer, first with the Royal Air Force and then BAE Systems. Now enjoying a variety of activities and not getting bored. I was a Games Maker Volunteer at the London 2012 Olympics and a volunteer at the Rugby World Cup 2015 in England. I intend to blog about what interests me.
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