Gunpowder & Glory: Bond & “Q” combined – an extraordinary life revealed
Mon 24 October, 2022 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm BST
Despite being one of the most significant British officers in WWI, Frank Arthur Brock is almost unknown today. Commissioned into the Army, the Navy and the RAF, he was a spy behind enemy lines, an intelligence officer, the bravest of combatants and a brilliant scientific inventor. Changing the weather twice in our favour he gave the allies two of the best feel-good moments of that horrific conflict.
Please Note for personal reasons there has been a change in speaker from Harry Smee to Mark Shelford.
Mark Shelford (who is the Police & Crime Commissioner for Avon & Somerset) is also a grandson of Frank Brock and is well suited to giving the talk.