Tim Fenna – Owner/FounderTechnical Director
With over 30 years of automotive engineering and design under his belt, Tim shows no signs of losing his appetite for thinking up bright ideas to give classic sports cars a modern cutting edge. All Frontline's new upgrade packages have been conceived, developed and rigorously tested by Tim.
Maggie Patston – Management TeamGeneral Manager
Having joined the company in 1995, Maggie has a technical knowledge that puts many of us to shame! Once the working day closes however you will normally find her either recording the scores on the cricket pitch or cheering from the stalls at Bath rugby ground
Aaron Pickard – Management TeamTrim Shop Manager
Aaron has been a member of the Frontline team since 2011 at the age of 16 joining as an apprentice within the workshop, Aaron soon realised his talents behind the wheel of the sewing machine and now delivers the best of Frontline's bespoke interiors. He also plays a vital role in liaising with clients, configuring and achieving their desired specifications. In his personal life he is a family man, with a love for sim racing and playing football.
Jamie Butcher – Management TeamProduction Co-ordinator
Jamie plays a vital role within the company to ensure that logistics and individual departments are running smoothly. Whether that be booking you in for your regular service or discussing potential upgrades for your beloved British Sports Car. Jamie has been a petrol head from a very young age. Helping his Dad to restore his first car, a Ford Anglia, leading to his passion for restoring classic vehicles. 14 years working in the motorsport industry means that Jamie has invaluable knowledge for performance vehicles.
Conner Matthews – Management TeamCompany Development
Conner has been in and around the company for many years, with his business and sales background. His role is to be our client's first point of contact, ensuring each and every Frontline experience is unparalleled. Being a true petrolhead, Conner enjoys car and bike track days, frequently attending the Nürburgring.
Ross Broadbent – Management TeamWorkshop Manager
Well, how do you describe Ross……. When we asked him what he thought of the MG brand, his reply was ‘Cut me in half and you will see MG run through me just like a stick of rock’……. With his family going back through 4 generations of working at the MG factory in Abingdon, he has an in built love of all things MG and you won’t find a more skilled, passionate and experienced person to work on the restoration of your car
Joining the team in 2017 Reece is now an accomplished trimmer and is an integral part to delivering a Bespoke Frontline interior. Coming from a background in retail, Reece was looking to challenge himself and continues to develop his skills. During his spare time, Reece is an avid gamer and has recently celebrated the birth of his first child.
Callum EynstoneWorkshop Technician
Callum joined the team in February 2021. He has already proved himself as a key part of the team, bringing his extensive knowledge within the motor industry to the heart of the Frontline builds. Being a Father of 2, Callum is very Family orientated, often enjoying maintaining and modifying his car with his sons. Callum is another member of the team who has a passion for gaming.
Joining the team in 2021, Alfie joins as one of Frontline's many apprentices over the years. Currently studying at Bicester Heritage Skills Academy Programme, gaining extensive knowledge in the Classic Car and Restoration Industry. Alfie is already becoming a valued member of the team and showing great potential for the future. In his spare time Alfie enjoys playing sports, watching films and is currently learning to drive. Being a loyal Leeds supporter, we kindly ask you to be extra nice to Alfie on days following the teams defeat.
Our 2nd apprentice joining us in 2021, Tawny is the youngest member of the team with a passion to learn everything engineering. Tawny has grown up in a world of mechanical knowhow, helping her Dad from a young age with personal projects including restoring classic motorcycles. Thus leaving her in a great position to further her knowledge and understanding of all things mechanical.
You guessed it, Son of David and following in the family footsteps. I would describe it as healthy competition between father and son to see who can produce the perfect finish. Outside the paint booth both David and Daniel race an MG Midget, these cars really are in their blood!
Dave CookBody Shop Manager
Doing his apprenticeship with Rolls Royce and Bentley, David knows the meaning of perfection! There is nothing that gets past the eagle eye of David and the fact that he is also a huge fan of all things MG, there is no one better to run our paint shop than he.