Previous Events

  • 20 May 2022
    We had 10 Fellows attending our annual golf day and our group integrated with the Motor Trade Golf Society members at the Woking Golf Club on Friday 20th March. Without their kind invitation, it would not be possible for the Fellowship to hold a day at such a highly ranked golf club.
  • 4 May 2022
    A rather wet Wednesday failed to dampen the enthusiasm of Fellows and guests visiting the Triumph Motorcycle Experience in Hinckley, Leicestershire. With a superb exhibition of motorccycles old and new and a lot of experimental engineering on display, the Experience must undoubtedly be a thrill to those two-wheel afficiandos as well as impressing those of us relying on four wheels.
  • 20 April 2022
    The Fellowship's Midlands Lunch was held at the British Motor Museum Conference Centre at Gaydon in Warwickshire on Wednesday 20th April 2022. One hundred and forty Fellows and guests attended the event; well up on the 2021 figures, which was encouraging. An opening welcome was given by the Fellowship's Chairman, Peter Leake. In his trademark ebullient style, Peter welcomed everyone and gave an encouraging update of membership numbers since the September 2021 lunch and provided an overview of forthcoming events that he encouraged people to attend.
  • 15 October 2021
    National Hunt racing, and spectators, returned to Fakenham in October when the track opened its 2021/22 season with a six-race card.
  • 1 September 2021
    The Fellowship's Midlands Lunch was held in the Sky Suite of the British Motor Museum at Gaydon in Warwickshire on Wednesday 1st September 2021. One hundred and twenty Fellows and guests attended the event; a remarkable number given persisting misgivings surrounding the Covid situation.
  • 24 August 2021
    Some 44 Fellows and guests boarded the 'Georgian' riverboat for a wonderful outing on the River Thames. The trip lasted 4 hours and during that time we travelled from Maidenhead, through Boulters Lock, Cliveden Reach and turning round just before Marlow Lock.  The countryside in this part of the Thames is absolutely beautiful and that, coupled with the glorious sunshine, made the trip exceptionally enjoyable.