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Previous Events

  • 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.
  • 5 June 2019
    The Fellowship were very privileged to be invited back by Robert & Tanya Lewis for an exclusive viewing of their wonderful collection of classic cars and memorabilia. It is four years since we last visited the museum and it was wonderful to see how the collection has expanded with some fantastic exhibits including a completely new building housing a shop area, a Porsche & Lamborghini tractor as well as the oldest known ‘clocking-in’ machine and many other wonderful items.
  • 31 May 2019
    The Fellowship's 2019 Annual Golf Day was held at Woking Golf Club on Friday 31st May which is one of the famous three W golf courses. Founded in 1893 it is the 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.
  • 23 May 2019
    This year's East Anglia event was held at the historic Greene King Brewery situated in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. The Greene King brewery has been brewing from the Westgate site since 1799 when the company was founded by the 19 year old Benjamin Greene. During the next 200 years the company continued to grow with amalgamations, acquisitions and developments. There has been continuing growth up to now and great hope for the future.
  • 24 April 2019
    The FELLOWSHIP’s Annual Midlands Lunch was held once again this year at the British Motor Museum on Wednesday 24 April 2019. Newly elected Chairman Brian Spratt welcomed all Fellows and their guests and said how pleased he was that the lunch was being held once again in the rooftop Kestrel restaurant where up until four years ago the lunch was always held. He thanked the event organiser Julie Jennings and her assistant Margaret Timms for their hard work in ensuring that the lunch was such a great success with so many Fellows and their guests attending.

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