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Hi, I’m Tom Mould
You may have seen me navigating in the Night Trial with Ian Hughes or guiding the rear wheel onto a target near Carsington Reservoir. You may also know me from Curborough when I removed John Blower’s engine and made three new Woodruff keys from a piece of boat propeller keyway material.

I am really grateful that you noticed me at all, because it was thanks to a conversation in the paddock at Curborough regarding the Heritage Skills Academy and the possibility of an apprenticeship with them that changed the path on which I studied. It was only due to these events that I was able to embark on my apprenticeship with the HSA and become a student on the coachbuilding course at Brooklands in Surrey.

I work with my Dad in our own family run garage and restore classics and vintage vehicles. I fabricate bodywork whilst my Dad does the mechanical work. One day I want to make my own Morgan and possibly race it.

The Morgan Three Wheeler Club sponsors me to study at Brooklands; I am extremely grateful for this. The Club has enabled me to establish myself as a member and reach out to the community and help them. Whether it’s helping Ian Hughes to navigate the Night Trial or fixing John Blower’s engine I am happy to help and become more involved with keeping these amazing vehicles alive.

MTWC Night Trial 2024 Tom Mould guidingthe Hughes F4 Rear Wheel parking

MTWC Night Trial 2024. Tom Mould guiding the Hughes F4. Rear Wheel parking test.