I would like to think it is a mark of how far the AoHE has come and what we have achieved in the last 20 months that is bringing heritage engineering together. There is a real movement to help protect HE and make it theRead More
Well it’s been quite a week for the AoHE. John Pitchford, Janice Richardson and I were invited down to Brooklands Museum for the Transport Trust awards, the awards presented by HRH Prince Michael of Kent.
One of HVP’s , Allan Winn was presented with the
The AoHE have today launched with the fantastic support of Practical Classics Magazine The ‘Summer’s End Frolic’. With the great success of the FBHVC’s ‘Drive-it day’ it is aimed to close the season with an excuse to get your vehicles out there.
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If you are coming along to the NEC Restoration show 2019 do pop along to the AoHE on stand 5-775
We are hosting James Davies’ MGA Twin-Cam, it belonged to his father who sadly had Alzheimers, James found, and brought back his father
Inside the Bellman Hangar an ‘Aircraft Factory’ environment has been created, harking back to the Hangar’s original use as a manufacturing building. Exhibitions explore the history of aircraft manufacture – from the pioneering early aircraft of wood and fabric, to the supersonic airliner and theRead More
There is perhaps no other event that captures the imagination and ethos of the VSCC than the legendary ‘Pomeroy Trophy’, a unique event in which the speed, agility and braking ability of Pre-war and Post-war machines are pitted against each other.
The concept was first
The Association Of heritage Engineers (AoHE) Is extremely proud to announce that Allan Winn,
Vice-President and former CEO / Director of Brooklands Museum has become an honorary Vice
President of the Association of Heritage Engineers.
He joined Brooklands Museum in 1989 as their Director.