The Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation Apprentice of the Year Award
The Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation awards are presented each year to outstanding apprentices working on Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars.
NOMINEES AND RUNNERS UP
The Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation was the brainchild of the late Eric Barrass, OBE, who was a revered and long-serving General Secretary of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club. It was established in 1977 as a perpetual trust to provide a safe home for the huge volume of archive material accumulated by the Motor Division of Rolls-Royce Limited, and The Hunt House was purchased in the same year.
In January 2012 the Foundation became a charitable company limited by guarantee, and it is now run by a Board of Directors elected by its guaranteeing members. It is largely dependent for its income on support from the RREC, with additional donations from the public at large.