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CLUB RALLIES FOR 2022

21/11/2021

CLUB RALLIES FOR 2022 ARE LISTED UNDER EVENT’S.

AT THE MOMENT DATES COULD BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

Magazine 349 Oct/Nov

09/11/2021

Magazine 349 Oct/Nov is now available.

Bullnose Morris Club Magazine No. 349 is now available. In this issue there is coverage of
the long awaited and much deferred Black Cat Rally as well as a report on the Hathersage
Tour.
Peter Seymour recounts the tale of a Morris Industrial Motor rescued in Australia and we
take a nostalgic journey through history with two early Morris cars.

James Hunnable 1947-2021

29/10/2021

 I am very sad to report the death of my brother James on the 22nd October, suddenly, at his home in Braintree.He spent the whole of his life in the poultry industry.  Our mother had a small poultry farm in the 1940s and 50s producing eggs.  We children, especially James helped her in this business.  
On leaving school he worked for a larger chicken meat producer which sent James to Plumpton College to study poultry husbandry.  James then worked for a large American owned poultry breeding company ultimately becoming chief executive of the UK branch.  He very successfully concentrated on export markets, travelling extensively to Australasia, South Africa and many other far flung parts of the world.  Even after retiring he was retained as a consultant by another large breeding company to pursue new export markets.  In 2017 he was awarded the coveted ‘Poultry Man of the Year’ 
James shared my love of vintage and classic cars – his first car being a Morris Oxford M.O.  He then purchased a beautiful cream Wolseley 6/80.  James joined the Bullnose Morris Club some thirty years ago and purchased a 1925 Bullnose Cowley 4 seater tourer KU6070  to accompany me in my 1926 yellow two seater Cowley.  Almost every year we attended at least one national rally with our children.  We also enjoyed the Essex group Black Cat rally each year.  James also owned a 1950s flat nosed Morgan sports car.
He also loved country and western music and we would break into song at the slightest excuse.
James was a friendly, larger than life character and he will be greatly missed by his family and many friends.

First Club Rally for 2 Years.

08/10/2021

Hickstead Rally Oct. 2021 —– Latest Pictures in GALLERIES.

Articles From New Zealand

05/10/2020

Three new articles from the B.N.M.C. New Zealand Group.

Find Them Under GALLERIES

Facebook Group

29/01/2018

The Club Technical Advisor,  Andrew Smith has set up a Facebook Group on behalf of the club.

Andrew has set up the Group so he has to APPROVE ALL MEMBERS, to restrict it to known Club Members only.

For Members request, the link to get there is — https://www.facebook.com/groups/BNMC.official/about/

Posts can be made by email to — BNMC.official@groups.facebook.com

This will work as a Members Only Forum untill  we have a Members Area on the website.

 

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