01 February 2013
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Supersonic Bloodhound bound for Kent

The Bloodhound team, led by Richard Noble OBE, is bringing its supersonic car to Kent to help inspire a new generation of mathematicians, scientists and engineers.

The world record attempt car will be visiting the Swale Skills Centre alongside Eurobond Adhesives on the 4, 5 & 6 of March Over the three days students from local schools will be given the opportunity to work with the Bloodhound education team and see the car, the huge jet engine and rocket that will power the car up to speeds of 1,000 mph and drive the car simulator.

Eurobond Adhesives's managing director Simon Dearing explained: '' We are delighted to sponsor the Bloodhound educational programme and the VIP Gala Dinner launch that has helped in bring this amazing project to Kent. As a leading supplier of high performance adhesive technologies we actively encourage and support innovative educational projects such as this that will inspire the future generation of engineers and scientists living in Kent."

Eurobond Adhesives actively supports the Cadet Vocational Qualification Organisation (CVQO), a charity that enables young people from all backgrounds and abilities from the age of 16 gain additional qualifications such as BTech diplomas that will help them into further education or into employment. Readers can find out how to help young learners by visiting www.CVQO.org

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Paul Gay

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