My business life has been as a Chartered Surveyor specialising in the promotion and sale of large areas of residential development land in the Home Counties.
It wasn’t until the year 2010 that I became aware that the premises from which, as a schoolboy, I had nicked a couple of Blacker bombard anti-tank missiles and a box of L-delay fuses was “Winston Churchill’s Toyshop”, the UK’s premier weapons experimental station in WW2. I wrote to the BBC suggesting they make a documentary: their response was: The BBC “does not accept ideas for programmes of a documentary or factual nature” so I decided to put together my own Powerpoint presentation.
About my talks...
I have my own projector and laptop for the powerpoint presentation but would prefer to use insitu equipment if available. I shall need a sturdy table, a power point and a screen/plain wall upon which to project,
£40 plus mileage if more than ten miles from my home in Thame, Oxfordshire.
I do not make a charge for registered charities, but may require help towards travelling costs.