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Trevor Beattie

BAFTA Winning Producer

Trevor Beattie is famed for being the man to have devised the legendary ‘Hello Boys’ campaign for Wonderbra in the 90s, as well creating the FCUK brand for French Connection. He is also a successful name in the world of film, having produced the BAFTA winning movie Moon in 2009. A passion for aviation, and specifically wartime flight, has led to Mr Beattie becoming a long-time supporter of Veterans charity, Erskine. His love for the subject is clear in his movies, with production company, Trevor Beattie Films, producing several feature length documentaries, including ‘Spitfire’, which focuses on the iconic single single-seated fighter aircraft used by the RAF during WWII. His latest documentary ‘Lancaster’, with the famous bomber this time the subject, is slated for 2022.

Mr Beattie is no stranger to supporting Veterans, having established the Jack and Ada Beattie Foundation in 2011. As part of its wider work, the charity funds an annual pilgrimage to the Beaches of Normandy for heroes and D-Day Veterans.

“When it comes to helping our Veterans, I don’t need to be asked twice. I am in awe of the work carried out by the tireless staff at Erskine homes across Scotland and I am truly honoured to have been offered this opportunity to become an ambassador for the charity. I have seen first-hand the bravery of our nation’s Veterans. The Erskine Veterans have fought their battles for this country, and it is now time for us all to step up to the plate and represent them.”





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