RREC headquarters receives Rolls Royce stained glass

Posted on Nov 9, 2013 in Current projects

RREC headquarters receives Rolls Royce stained glass

RREC headquarters receives Rolls Royce stained glass – back in the Spring the Radley Ghost panel was on display at P & A Wood which was detailed in a previous post here  After that launch the panel went from Great Easton over to the Veteran Car Club’s headquarters in Ashwell to be part of the President’s Lunch display. During this excellent day I was introduced to Trevor Baldwin who is the Chairman of the Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club.


I am very pleased that the panel has now been relocated to the Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club headquarters in Paulerspury near Silverstone. The RREC headquarters is in a fabulous setting and features a myriad of fantastic exhibits including AX 201 – the 1907 Silver Ghost which has a Barker ‘Roi de Belges’ touring body and was first used to allow Rolls Royce to compete in the 1907 Scottish Reliability Trials. Today it  is considered the most valuable car in the world and is now owned by Bentley Motors - you can read about it here.

The Radley panel is now installed in the glazed atrium adjoining the reception area to welcome visitors to The Hunt House and it received a warm welcome when I delivered it last week. Here is a picture of the panel standing proudly at Paulerspury:

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