Previous Events

  • 18 October 2018
    The FELLOWSHIP is delighted to announce that the winner of its 2018 Bursary Award is Joseph Brown from College Doncaster. Joseph received his award at a ceremony held at the Institute of the Motor Industry’s (IMI) Annual Outstanding Achiever Awards alongside other High-performing students and trainers within the automotive sector. His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent joined the IMI to present the Awards during a ceremony at its Hertfordshire headquarters. 
  • 9 October 2018
    In the latest in regular events organised by the Fellowship of the Motor Industry, forty members, or ‘Fellows’, toured Morgan Motor Company’s iconic car production facility in Malvern, Worcestershire. Fellowship Vice-Chairman Brian Spratt, who organised the visit, commented, “It was satisfying to see everyone enjoying the spirit of friendship over lunch and during the guided tour. The animated exchanges as old friends met, and new friendships forged are core to the purpose of the Fellowship’s activities.”
  • 11 September 2018
    On arriving at Nuffield Place, we were met by Clive Selby who provided a fascinating insight into Lord Nuffield and his home. Despite his great wealth his home is far from the typical home that you would expect from a multi-millionaire and is relatively modest for such a wealthy man.
  • 5 August 2018
    86 in the shade – the cars, that is… An impressive line-up of classic cars were stars on the day at the Tony Jennings Classic Car Show, held at motor trade charity BEN’s Town Thorns care centre in Warwickshire. The car show, which honours the memory of the Fellowship of the Motor Industry’s late chairman Tony Jennings has grown in popularity over the years; the first event in 2013 hosted just seven cars.  This year 86 cars were entered for judging, although over 100 pre-2000 cars were counted in the grounds.
  • 1 June 2018
    "The Fellowship's Annual Golf Day was held at Woking Golf Club on Friday 1st June. Woking Golf Club is one of the famous three W golf courses, founded in 1893, the jewel and oldest of the Surrey heathland courses. It's style is in the tradition of old English golf clubs and still retains this very appealing characteristic. 
  • 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.