Selling your classic car? It's FREE to list your car on Honest John Classics | No thanks

Lord Nuffield back at his office

26 January 1962

LORD NUFFIELD BACK AT HIS OFFICE
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
OXFORD, JAN. 25

Lord Nuffield, who left hospital in December, surprised the staff at his Cowley office by putting in a short spell of work today. He drove himself from his home at Nuffield.

His private secretary, Mr C. Kingerlee, said: "We had no idea he was coming."

More news from the archive

Fri, 19 Jan 1962
DAILY EXPRESS CAR MEN STRIKE Production at the Rover motor companies main plant in Solihull, Warwickshire, was hit yesterday when...
Fri, 19 Jan 1962
BMC PRESS RELEASE To the British Press. Gentlemen: You may like to have the following information for reference. In view of...
Sat, 20 Jan 1962
CAR FACTORIES WANT MORE WORKERS FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT OXFORD. JAN. 19 Morris Motors, one of the British Motor Corporation factories...
Tue, 23 Jan 1962
Compensation totalling £110,000 was paid by Leyland Motors to the directors and some 300 senior and semi-senior staff of Standard Triumph...
Tue, 23 Jan 1962
Finance, Industry, and Commerce By Our City Editor Just how bad was the financial position of Standard-Triumph International when...
Fri, 26 Jan 1962
NEW CHAIRMAN FOR ROVER Mr S. B. Wilks has vacated the chairmanship of the Rover Company while remaining a member of the board. Mr...
Thu, 08 Feb 1962
Home News FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT COVENTRY, FEB. 7 Jaguar Cars, Ltd., whose production stopped today when 4,500 employees walked out...
Thu, 08 Feb 1962
DAILY MIRROR A lightening strike by 4,800  men stopped the Jaguar car plant at Coventry yesterday — and put a £22,500,000 export...
Fri, 09 Feb 1962
FROM OUR MIDLAND CORRESPONDENT BIRMINGHAM, FEB. 8 An investigation into the damage the strike at Jaguar Cars Ltd., Coventry, will...
Fri, 09 Feb 1962
SWINDON SETTLEMENT Other industrial news yesterday arising out of Monday's strike included: - Swindon A dispute at the Pressed...
 

Ask Honest John