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Brooklands Museum re-launches Clubhouse with motor racing celebrity Tiff Needell

PUBLISHED: 17:27 17 October 2012 | UPDATED: 22:05 20 February 2013

Guests at the launch were taken to board the Concorde

Guests at the launch were taken to board the Concorde

Motor racing legend Tiff Needell was the special guest at Brooklands Museum as over 100 guests celebrated the re-launch of its Clubhouse hospitality with an evening fuelled with speedy entertainment.

Motor racing legend Tiff Needell was the special guest at Brooklands Museum as over 100 guests celebrated the re-launch of its Clubhouse hospitality with an evening fuelled with speedy entertainment.


Leading food and drink specialist, Creativevents, has re-launched the Clubhouse with a 200,000 restyling of the hospitality suites of this magnificent venue in Weybridge.


Guests were welcomed into the motoring village area of the museum to enjoy a drinks reception, while enjoying the displays of vintage motors and boarding the famous Concorde for a guided walk through.


In keeping with the Art Deco feel of the Museum, the 105-year-old Clubhouse's new-look includes a makeover of the stylish Edwardian Napier Room with its own private balcony overlooking the Paddock.


Other rooms that have been restyled include the Members' Bar and the Blue Bird Room, which celebrates Sir Malcolm Campbell's exploits with his world-famous Blue Bird racing cars.


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