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The Keith Negal Trophy was created in 2010 in honour of the long service that Keith gave to BMAA. At his request, it is awarded 'For getting things done".

2014 Hampshire Microlight Club

Those who attended the revived Spamfield event at Sandown this summer will know how successful an event this was, and it’s all thanks to the work of the team from the Hampshire Microlight Club, who made all the arrangements in a relatively short period of time. They laid on an excellent weekend for all those who flew in and raised £1000 for charity into the bargain. Keith Negal loved organising events and he would undoubtedly have been proud of them.

2013 Terry Viner - This trophy is “For getting things done”. Terry’s work on developing and then running the BMAA flexwing simulator is a fine example of getting things done.

 
2011 John MOORE  -   For his great work with Spamfield and more recently reviving the RBR. If anyone gets things done, it is BJ.
John Moore
2010  Kim TAYLOR - for taking the Wootton Bassett memorial fly-past from concept all the way through to a highly successful event with over 135 microlights paying tribute to the UK's servicemen.

 
 

 
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