A quick update as there has been plenty going on in the last few days.
On Monday the new Global Aviation Resource website went live – this is something that I and the team have been working on for a while now, so it was great to launch it and see such a positive response.
Here’s a screen grab and, if you haven’t visited yet, here’s a link.
Yesterday we published my feature from the Dambusters 70th unveiling that I attended at RAF Coningsby last Thursday. It was superb to meet Dan Snow, whom I interviewed, and also the guys from the BBMF and 617 Squadron.
Speaking of snow, training for my Great Birmingham Run adventure has been curtailed since last week due to the ridiculously unseasonal conditions here in Birmingham, but activity has been ongoing. I have been asked to produce a short video for Cure Leukaemia, to try and encourage others to sign-up for the event, and yesterday featured in a news story re David Weir’s participation. How proud was I to be positioned anywhere near a legend like that! Click on the link to see the whole story – and look out for the video soon!
Hopefully the snow will have gone in a few days and I’ll be able to get out there again. There’s still ages to go until the event, but I will need all the time I can get!
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That’s all for now.