At the end of this year, Jaguar Heritage Vehicle Collection and Communications Manager, Jonathan Partridge will be leaving his role at the Jaguar Heritage Trust.
Tony Merrygold has been appointed to take over the Vehicle Collection management role from the beginning of next year.
At this stage there is no plan to have anyone continue Jonathan’s marketing and communications activities, so unfortunately there are unlikely be any more newsletters from Jaguar Heritage Trust in the foreseeable future.
In a recent email to friends and colleagues, Jonathan stated “I have greatly enjoyed my time at the Trust over the last six years, looking after the vehicle collection, supporting events and getting to know many of you in the process.
I will be reverting back to being an independent consultant and hope still to have some involvement with the JDHT on an occasional basis for specific projects – and of course I will be available for other opportunities as they come along including doing talks and presentations.
My personal email address if you want to keep in touch is email@example.com and my mobile number remains unchanged. My last day in the office here will be Wednesday, December 21.
May I wish you all the best with your own ventures – the classic car and Jaguar heritage worlds are both very special places filled with enthusiastic and interesting people. Long may they continue!
I am so glad that I took part in the XJ40 event up in Scotland because it was a great gathering of like-minded enthusiasts and a fantastic ‘send-off’ event for me!”
All information correct at time of publishing
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