They will be erected on two houses in Nottingham, the first in Mandalay Street where he was born and the second in Arnold Road where he lived for a while.
On Saturday, April 26, the Sheriff of Nottingham, Coun Ian Malcolm, will unveil the first at 2.30pm and the second, a short distance away, an hour later.
It is planned that quite a few Broughs will be present at both locations, meeting initially at Mandalay Street at 2pm. Other marque enthusiasts with their machines are welcome to attend.
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