Articles tagged Temple Press

Page 69 of March 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 69, March 1980


Lord Thomas of Remenham  Lord Thomas of Remenham, formerly Sir Miles Thomas, died last month, at the age of 82. With his passing goes one of the great formulators of the British Motor Industry in pre-war and post-war times and one of the world's most visionary airline executives. After service in the RFC in the First World War, Thomas joined Temple Press, working on the editorial side of The...

Page 17 of April 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, April 1941

Club news

C. U. A. C. The Cambridge University Automobile Club's dinner of March 8th, so ably organised by J. B. Jesty, was highly successful. Forty-five persons attended, in spite of existing difficulties. Those who sat down to dinner were: Guests: Laurence Pomeroy, Gordon Wilkins, Anthony Heal and Arthur Hyde; Veteran Members: Michael May, D. B. Tubbs, Andrew Fairtlough, D. Hampshire, R. Habershon, A. J...

Page 36 of December 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, December 1982

Harold Nockolds

THE third of the Nockolds brothers, Harold, has died, at the age of 75. Having the distinction of deciding while at school that he wanted to be a motoring journalist (when most of us opted for engine-driver or racing-motorist, and there were no Sir William Lyons' scholarships), how well he fulfilled that ambition. Like other now well-established motoring writers, Nockolds started on the staff of...

Page 20 of June 1952 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, June 1952

New Dellows

The Dellow, built near Birmingham and deriving its name from those of KC Delingpole and RD Lowe who sponsor it, has achieved widespread popularity as a trials car, notably in the hands of Walter Waring, who runs his in somewhat modified form, known as a WHW Dellow. Recently two new models have been added to the Dellow range, the MkII and the MkIII. The MkII is similar to the MkI, but has a new...

Page 132 of November 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 132, November 2009

Bill Boddy

The Aeroplane man with a love for cars C G Grey was editor of The Aeroplane for nearly three decades. His approach to the job impressed a young Bill Boddy Years ago, when I lived in West Norwood, I was so very anxious to enjoy The Aeroplane magazine that I used to go by bus up to Piccadilly every Thursday to buy it a day early. It was so entertainingly edited by C G Grey, just as today’s...

Page 92 of June 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 92, June 2004

Bill Boddy

From The Aeroplane to cars Every week from about 1933 until the war I read The Aeroplane, edited by the great CG Grey (CGG), who ran it as a critically outspoken weekly which would be read by those otherwise disinterested in politics but keen on aviation. He did this from 1911 until the outbreak of WWII, as I described in Motor Sport in March 1995. Aeroplane today is a high-quality monthly of...


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