Brough plaque

Published: 07:30AM Apr 4th, 2014
By: Web Editor
The Brough Superior Club has commissioned two plaques acknowledging George Brough
Brough plaque

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.




Terry Hobden, Hon. Secretary Brough Superior OC, Hampshire

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