Prescott Breakfast Club

Prescott Breakfast Club Newsletter – February 2020

Welcome to the seventh year of the Prescott Breakfast Club.

The Bugatti Trust are celebrating their 30th Anniversary this year and are kindly opening the museum for us on the March and October dates.  The Charity’s aims and objectives are to promote the works and genius of Ettore Bugatti, in raising awareness of the importance of aesthetics and design in engineering and to inspire young people to follow careers in engineering and design. The Bugatti Trust is a UK registered Charity No 298099. For further details please visit the website www.bugatti-trust.co.uk

Sunday March 29th – The Clubhouse will be open from 09.00 to 12.00 as always. Featuring the Austin Healey Club (South West). The Bugatti Trust will be open from 11.00 to 12.00.  The admission fee is £5.00 per person.

Visitors will be able to see for themselves the fascinating historic Bugatti exhibition for everyone interested in cars, engineering, art and design.  The artistry and individuality of the Bugatti marque are demonstrated by photographs, models, diagrams, mechanical components, complete cars and much more.

Sunday July 12th – Featuring the TVR Club.

Sunday August 23rd – Featuring the Lotus 7/Caterham Club and the Ford Model A Club.

Sunday October 11th – featuring the Porsche Club, the Morgan Sports Car Club (Spotmog), the Mercedes Benz Club and the Jaguar XK Club.

You are invited to a special fundraising event for The Bugatti Trust.  Curator Angela Hucke will give a presentation on the Bugatti family and the history of The Bugatti Trust.  Guided tours of the exhibits will be available.  The cost for admission will be £7.50 per person.  Please contact Sue Barnes to book your place on 01242 677201 or email info@bugatti-trust.co.uk.

Any questions or queries please contact on 0780 388 7811 or by email atbreakfast@bugatti.co.uk   Twitter @Prescott2014

Looking forward to seeing you all soon.

Barrie Murray-Upton

Name Badges

Name badges

Some of us are not very good at remembering names, and with such a large membership, there are quite a lot of names for us all to remember! It has been suggested in the past that all members should have the opportunity to wear a name badge and at the planning meeting it was agreed that this idea should be taken further. I have now sourced a suitable style of badge and will be sporting an example at the next Noggin. The badges are magnetic, so that they won’t damage clothing, with a pin option available for those who would prefer it. The badges will cost £5 each. An order form can be found below.

Name Badge Form