A circa-1932 Albion type BL 15-20 cwt. van, which had been regularly delivering greengroceries in Middlesex up to last summer, is believed to have been scrapped. The village pub at S. Cadbury, Somerset, has a bar with a motoring flavour, including a photographic centre-piece depicting Cobb’s Napier-Railton at Brooklands, donated by National Benzole. The landlord is a B.D.C. member and owns a 1932/33 3¼-litre Bentley coupe.
Boys of Charterhouse School, where the present Secretary of the V.S.C.C. was educated, have formed a Motor Club. These young Carthusians are restoring a 1928 Austin 16/6 saloon, have a Morris Commercial in pieces they are trying to sell, and one of them has a 1929 Austin 7, another a 1929 Riley 9 tourer, painstakingly restored. The latest count of the Morgan 3-Wheeler Club shows 1,211 Morgans on their books, including 167 2-speeders, 682 3-speed twins, and 287 F-type 4-cylinder models, with 522 Super Sports bodies, 107 Family twins, 99 Sports, 94 Aero, 10 Family Sports, two De Luxe and lone examples of Standard and G.P. The increase in tax to £8 a year has not unduly depressed them.