Mr Nice will be telling his stories in The Victoria Inn stage on Thursday night!Share on Facebook
This year at Rock & Blues Old School Weekender you will be treated to an amazing aerobatic display by STEVE CARVER!
Having had several gliding expeditions to Aboyne, Scotland, Steve applied to be tug pilot there for the 1990 season and by October had the necessary 700 hours for the issue of a CPL. Following six years on the Saab 340 turboprop, he is now operating the Embraer 145 jet as a training captain for British Midland Commuter.Share on Facebook
Steve plane, G-EWIZ, turned up in an advert in Pilot magazine, seen one evening while on standby at Glasgow Airport. Steve has subsequently restored the aeroplane with the help of Rob Millinship and it was returned to the competition and display scene during the 2000 season. Steve was the British National Intermediate Aerobatic Champion for 2000, also winning the Newbold and Kernow trophies and, most recently, the coveted Tiger Trophy sponsored by the petroleum company Esso. He is the holder of a CAA aerobatic display authorisation.
Be there from the start – Kick Start party night – Gates open 12 noon 24th July 2014 – SPECIAL 30TH ANNIVERSARY OPENING PARTY!!!
This year will see an all New look Cross Piston Saloon Bar – With top brand Beers & Lagers, Shots & Spirits and vast selection of Real Ales & Dirty Ciders which will include our very own 30th show Real Ale.
Details are top secret at the moment but will be announced soon
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James Toseland is an English former motorcycle racer. Toseland was the 2007 World Superbike Champion on a Ten Kate Honda, and also won the 2004 Superbike World Championship on a Ducati
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