Great turn out for this inaugural event and a nice alternative venue for everyone, well done
Great turnout to raise funds for Discovery Sailing Trust.
A great weekend at Gurston Speed Hill Climb, great weather and some good time were posted.Here are some photos of how to Hill Climb , Nick Revels style otherwise know as Farmer Giles in his hairdressers car.
What a fantastic event yesterday, although we got our fair share of rain, it was a great turn out by all.
Lots of nice comments from local people viewing locally owned cars.
Will post how much we raised , when Rob gives me the details
Well done and thanks to everyone who turned up, viewed the cars and generally supported this initiative.
Great turnout on Sunday 9 cars in all, thanks to everyone.
Herewith some images
A big thanks to Neil
He created a superb Drive it route, with turn by turn instructions and a map.
This did not stop some of us getting lost, we ended up in Winchester and I blame my wife, navigation has never been her strong point.
We had 7 cars start on time and we all ended up at the Sir Joe for a well earned drink.
Malcolm has spotted this and suggests we go along to the 13th of May Event as a Club. Great idea I think, please post comments accordingly. I will contact the Brickworks for details .Thanks
Happy New Year!
I visited the Sir Joseph Paxton today and had a chat with Nick the Landlord.
He is more the happy that we have chosen his Pub as our new meeting venue, he also runs the Cobb & Pen at Wallington, so we should also have a run out there as well.
I can now also upload images to the Gallery page,z so please send me some to post preferably Jpeg and if you can size to 640 wide by 290 high, that does help when loading them up.
Made contact today with three new embers and looking forward to seeing them and you all the the Sir Joseph Paxton at 1930 hours this Thursday 12th January , for the first meet of the year.