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Previous Events

  • 22 May 2018
    This year's East Anglia event was held at the National Heritage Centre in Newmarket on May 22nd. The newly developed centre is comprised of three main attractions, the new National Horseracing Museum, a National Art Gallery of Sporting Art and the Retraining of Racehorses programme. The new Heritage Centre was officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen who is it's Patron in November 2016. 
  • 13 May 2018
    Although there was only a small group that attended the Fellowship's evening visit to the Castrol Global Technology Centre near Pangbourne on May 13th, we were treated royally. The evening commenced in a very luxurious meeting room at around 6.00pm with a buffet which would better be described as a banquet. 
  • 25 April 2018
      The British Motor Museum at Gaydon was once again the venue for the FELLOWSHIP’s Annual Midlands Lunch. Chairman Brian Childs extended a warm welcome to Fellows and their guests. In particular, he thanked the event organiser Julie Jennings for her hard work in ensuring that the event was such a great event with so many Fellows and their guests attending. Brian Childs also extended a warm welcome to the ladies present as well as the retired Jaguar employees and Austin Ex-Apprentices who were present in considerable numbers.
  • 25 April 2018
    The 83rd Annual General Meeting was held on Wednesday 25 April 2018 at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon. The Chairman, Mr Brian Childs, chaired the meeting. The accounts for the twelve months ended 31 December 2017 were formally adopted and the election of officers was confirmed as follows: President Mr Tony Ham Chairman Mr Brian Childs
  • 2 November 2017
    Brian Childs, Chairman of The Fellowship, welcomed guests to the Victory Services Club for the Annual London Lunch, which was held this year in the splendid setting of the El Alamein Room.  He extended a warm welcome to Mike Hawes the Chief Executive of the SMMT who had found time in his extremely busy schedule to come along as our principal speaker.
  • 5 October 2017
    A group of Fellows and their guests were privileged to spend a fascinating morning with the legendary Jaguar Chief Test Development Engineer and race team driver Norman Dewis. Norman a sprightly 97-year-old had driven over that morning from his home in Shropshire to the Jaguar Sports & Social Club at Browns Lane where he was interviewed by FMI committee member and former Jaguar Training Manager Peter Leake.

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