In respect of the new regulations for the national Lockdown in the UK as from January 6th 2021, the Bugatti Trust has reopened the offices but not the exhibition rooms. Rest assured that your enquiries and requests for drawings and photographs will be dealt with in the normal manner and latest news will be posted here and the Trust’s social media channels.
Don’t forget that there is over 6 hours of vintage Bugatti video programming on the newest section of the website here.
Bugatti Trust staff can be contacted via telephone 01242 677201 or email email@example.com, Monday to Thursday between the hours of 10.00 a.m. until 4.00 p.m.
Celebrating 30 years of furthering Education
through the Study of Ettore Bugatti
On November 14th The Bugatti Trust held a virtual celebration of vintage Bugattis in all their beauty with a day of especially curated content and contributions from much valued clubs, restorers, enthusiasts, historians, writers and visual storytellers, photographers and painters from around the world.
Image courtesy of Adam Gompertz @revseventandart
Exactly 30 years ago HRH the Duke of Edinburgh attended the official opening of The Bugatti Trust with a number of its founding members in attendance.
The Bugatti Trust Will Celebrate 30 Years of Furthering Education through The Study of Ettore Bugatti
In 2020 The Bugatti Trust will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year with a number of special events and exhibitions with at all times the educational aims and objectives a priority focus.
A big end of year thank you goes to everyone who has helped make 2019 so special, whether you are a member, a visitor, a volunteer, a benefactor, a friend, an educational partner or an event sponsor, we could not do it without you!
A few 2019 highlights:
The Bugatti Trust is an independent Charitable Trust whose objectives are to preserve and make available for study the works of Ettore Bugatti..
The Bugatti Trust was formed in 1987 by the late Hugh Conway supported by a small group of Bugatti enthusiasts.
Hugh Conway was an acknowledged expert on Bugatti history and well known internationally through his books, other writings and personal contacts. His remarkable collection of period photographs, technical drawings, letters and articles form the basis of the Bugatti Trust archive which we continue to expand and develop.
Access to our archive was significantly enhanced in 1990 through the opening of our Prescott Visitor Centre by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh. Since then we have been able to put on display many examples of Ettore Bugatti’s work.
Our aim is to promote the works of Ettore Bugatti and to raise awareness of the importance of aesthetics and integrated design in engineering by his example.
Bugatti Trust Leaflet
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