Rob Noble-Nesbitt started parchuting at Sunderland in the 1960's and became Club Chief Instructor. He moved to Brunton after Sunderland was closed. In the late 1970's he became Chief Instructor at Strathallan, where he helped the club develop into one of the most successful in Britain. In 1990 he opened the Stirling Parachute Centre, and when this was sold in 2000 he became Chief Instructor at Errol. He is widely respected for his patience and dedication, and attention to safety.
RAeC Certificate of Merit
British Parachute Association