Parts Join/Renew Mail Us Home Officials Events Gallery Magazine Links Regalia 12 - 14 August 2005 This account of the Singer Centenary Celebration, which took place in and around the city of Coventry between August 12th and 14th 2005, is from The MASCOT, the magazine of the Association of Singer Car Owners (ASCO). The Singer Car Centenary Celebration Millennium Place and the Coventry Transport Museum

Coundon Court

Canterbury Street

Directly in front of him stands Andy Boyle, a footballer who played for Coventry City.  Arthur worked at Singer in his youth, taking home about £2 a week.  

This is the Senior production line at the time Singer was moving towards mass production.

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The food there was excellent, but with the Centenary Dinner in mind, we opted for the asparagus soup.  This was piping hot, served with a roll and butter and cheered things up considerably - except the weather, so it was fortunate that the Battlefield Exhibition was under cover.  This was very interesting and gave us a history lesson on the Civil War, with a film show to end.  We hope the weather had cleared up in time for the re-enactment of the battle that was being staged a week or so later.

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THE MIDLANDS AIR MUSEUM