Wild life at Bowcliffe

A few years ago a wooden carving of an eagle was commissioned for the gardens by the Blackburn Wing….

Carved Eagle at Bowcliffe Hall

This month another Alvis themed item graces the entrance…

A welcome visitor was a rare bird, the first Willowbrook bodied TC108G delivered to a customer in 1956, chassis 25909

To learn more about the Willowbrook and its place in Alvis history click TC108G – Rara Avis

Also arriving at Bowcliffe this month were new additions to the library from our friends in Holland who celebrated forty years of the AOCNL this year. A happy coincidence was the front page photo of one of the rare birds now resident there, a Willowbrook 25925, body 56009.

Finally a reminder that we have arranged a group visit to the Rootes Archive next Sunday 27th November at 10.30 located near Banbury at Wroxton (also home of the Bentley Drivers Club). It will be hosted by Andy Bye, a trustee and Director of Archives for the FBHVC. If you would like to join us, please leave a reply.

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Driving Alvis cars since 1964 and the website since 2012

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