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Previous Events

  • 23 May 2017
    A small group of Fellows were privileged to enjoy a wonderful visit to see the famous Prodrive cherished collection of iconic race and rally cars, including team cars being prepared for the Le Mans 24 Hour Race. The host for the day Jackie Irwin gave a detailed and informative tour which was hugely appreciated by everyone present. Fellows were also able to see one of only 25 Aston Martin V12 Vulcans. The Vulcan is a high performance lightweight track only limited edition car powered by an 800 bhp V12 engine. Needless to say, all 25 cars have been sold!
  • 11 May 2017
    For this year's East Anglia Regional event we held a lunch cruise on Riverboat Georgina on the River Cam in Cambridge. 38 Fellows and their guests attended the event and had a splendid time. The day started with a gentle stroll across Jesus Green to the Boat House tavern situated on the Cam and adjacent to the Georgina mooring. Coffees were enjoyed during the reception in the outside seating areas on the decking tiered down towards the river. It was clear from the start that the sun was going to have his hat on and we were in for a good day.
  • 19 April 2017
    We returned to the British Motor Museum for the Fellowship's 32nd Annual Midlands Lunch this year on April 19th. Chairman Brian Childs welcomed 180 Fellows and guests and thanked the Event Organiser, Julie Jennings as well as Tina Steele and Margaret Timms for their splendid efforts in making the event an outstanding success.
  • 19 April 2017
    The 82nd Annual General Meeting was held on Wednesday 19 April 2017 at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon. The President, Mr Tony Ham, chaired the meeting. The accounts for the twelve months ended 31 December 2016 were formally adopted and the election of officers was confirmed as follows: President Mr Tony Ham Chairman
  • 3 November 2016
    Fellowship Chairman Peter Lewis-Jones welcomed guests to the Carisbrooke Hall at the Victory Services Club for the Annual London Lunch. In particular he extended a warm welcome to the our principal guest, Christopher Macgowan, one of the automobile industry’s best known figures, having been CEO of both the Society of Motor Manufactures and Traders and the Retail Motor Industry Federation, as well as a former interim Chief Executive of BEN.
  • 19 October 2016
    On Wednesday 19th October 2016 a group of Fellows were privileged to be invited to visit the Ginetta factory in Leeds. The four Walklett brothers founded Ginetta in 1958 and by the time it was acquired by Lawrence Tomlinson in 2005 it had gained a reputation as a well-respected racecar manufacturer Under Lawrence Tomlinson’s direction Ginetta has built on that reputation to place the UK at the heart of world-class motor sport, both selling cars and training some of the brightest stars in world motorsport.

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