Part one of our series delving into the history of the glorious pieces nestled inside Bowcliffe’s Drivers’ Club proved such a hit that we wanted to get on and tell the stories of another four pieces from this exquisite shrine to all things automotive. This month, enjoy the history surrounding the striking Spirit of Ecstasy, the winged light fittings, specially commissioned hidden radiator grills and the inspiration behind the Drivers’ Club logo.
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This blog was inspired by a recent article about inspiring workplaces and using them to attract the most talented workforce. It got us thinking about all the beautiful office spaces we’re lucky enough to have on the Bowcliffe Estate. There was one office space in particular which resonated most, and it may surprise you to know that it was The Pavilion. Here’s why…
Anyone lucky enough to have visited the Bowcliffe Drivers’ Club, the sumptuous and glamorous private members’ club located in Bowcliffe Hall, can’t fail to have noticed the exquisite motoring artefacts nestled inside its elegant mahogany panelled walls. What many people don’t realise is the story behind the pieces, how they came into being and the history surrounding them.
Undoubtedly one of the prettiest spots for meetings and small events, we are delighted to announce that the newly-refurbished Potting Shed is now complete.
We are in high spirits today at Bowcliffe HQ, having found out that the Blackburn Wing – our own 2,060 sq. ft treehouse conference venue shaped like an airplane wing – continues to build on its awards success after being shortlisted in the Constructing Excellence Yorkshire & Humber (CEYH) Awards 2015.
The Blackburn Wing – the stunning copper and glass centrepiece positioned in the heart of the Bowcliffe Estate’s protected woodland, has scooped a top award at the 2015 RICS Pro Yorkshire Awards. The 2,060 sq. ft treehouse conference venue, shaped like an airplane wing, won the Tourism & Leisure and Infrastructure category of the event –… Read more »