Previous Events

  • 7 November 2019
    The 2019 Annual London Lunch was held in the splendid setting of the Trafalgar Room at the Victory Services Club. Brian Spratt, Chairman of the FELLOWSHIP extended a warm welcome to everyone and especially our guest speaker Andy Savva who had very kindly agreed to propose the toast to the FELLOWSHIP.
  • 11 September 2019
    The East Anglia Region held an additional event this year when the Fellowship visited the Pensthorpe Natural Park on Wednesday 11th September. The reserve situated near Fakenham in Norfolk was the location of the BBC’s Springwatch programme from 2008 until 2010. The park covers around 700 acres and is a multiple winner of Norfolk’s Best Large Attraction award and features stunning gardens, flocks of wild birds including flamingos and features many different types of natural habitat.
  • 3 September 2019
    The sun shone as 42 Fellows and their guests boarded the Georgian River Cruiser in Maidenhead for a wonderful lunchtime cruise downstream from Maidenhead to Windsor. Along the way we passed through Bray and Boveney locks and after two hours cruising eventually turned around in Windsor where we had a spectacular and perhaps unusual view of the Castle from the river.
  • 28 July 2019
    The Annual Tony Jennings Classic Car Show took place on Sunday 28th July at the BEN Care Centre near Rugby.  Despite the weather being very unkind to us there were over 40 lovely cars on display and our friends at BEN held their own Fete with a range of stalls and refreshments for visitors. The Fellowship had its own Marquee where 18 fellows and guests enjoyed each other’s company and a buffet lunch. Our thanks go to BEN for supplying the marquee, tables and chairs and also to the team from the AA who erected the marquee.
  • 10 July 2019
    Fellows and guests were treated to both an informative and very enjoyable guided tour of the impressive Coventry Transport Museum when the Fellowship visited on 10th July. The museum situated in Coventry’s city centre is a treasure trove of motoring history, from bicycles to land speed record breakers and was full of surprises that everyone enjoyed.
  • 26 June 2019
    The sun shone once again for a small but select group of 20 Fellows and guests who gathered at The Walnut Tree in North Petherton for the annual Western & South Wales Luncheon on Wednesday 26 June.  Organised by Immediate Past President Tony Ham it was another great occasion with good company, good humour and enjoyable food and wine. Chairman Brian Spratt extended a warm welcome and also expressed his appreciation on behalf of everyone present to Tony Ham not only for his organisation but also for very kindly providing the wine with lunch.