Other Heroes of the Club

David Thirlby: Patron and great Scribe of the Chain Gang


I got into conversation with Clifford England at the 1953 Christmas party at Tewkesbury and told him how much I admired him in his position as Registrar. After he found out I was serious he asked me if I wanted to undertake it and I said yes.       Read more....
 

Joé Frazer-Nash: PAST PATRON

There was no greater supporter of the Club than our gracious Patron, Joé Frazer-Nash.  Nor could there have been anyone more worthy of the title, for she was the younger daughter of Captain Archie Frazer-Nash.    Read more....

 

John Aldington: PAST PATRON & ARCHIVES FOUNDER


John Aldington’s association with Frazer Nash existed on many levels: he was the son of H.J. Aldington, M.D. of Frazer Nash Cars Ltd and later AFN Ltd He became Patron of the Section, then Joint Patron of the Club with Joé Frazer-Nash     Read more....
 

Ian Stirling: The Club’s First Spares Officer


Ian Stirling was a graduate of Cambridge, a chartered mechanical engineer and proud of his Scottish ancestry, being a distant relation of Patrick Stirling, the famous CME of the Great Northern Railway.      Read more....

 

 

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