Friday, May 22, 2015

Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th May 2015


Thirlestane Castle, Lauder, Scottish Borders. The event will take place over the late spring bank holiday weekend with a road tour on the Saturday followed by an Evening Dinner and quiz. The main static show of cars will be held at the castle on Sunday 24th to which all Rover Cars and Range Rover / Landrover vehicles are invited. Entry forms will be available from late January at  Enquiries to:


Sunday 24th May 2015


This year’s annual Bressingham Rover Rally will be a very special event celebrating the club's 40th anniversary. It will be held on Sunday 24 May and with the theme of 'Rover Through The Years' will have one or two special displays, so is well worth a visit. The entry price has been held at £7 per head for a further year, which includes entry to the gardens, museum and rides on the three narrow gauge steam railways. This is the charge made to us by the Bressingham Trust and represents a considerable reduction on the normal entry price. Space is limited and we expect demand to be high so please book early to avoid disappointment. Any unusual vehicles, perhaps echoing our theme, would be particularly welcome. Regrettably we cannot guarantee entry for those who have not pre-booked

As those who have been before will know, Bressingham is a very attractive venue and in addition to the attractive formal gardens, there is an original set of Steam Gallopers and an interesting museum containing coaches from the Royal train together with a number of steam exhibits. It is also home to the fascinating ‘Dads Army’ exhibition. In addition there is a restaurant serving refreshments & light lunches. Alongside the rally field is a well-stocked garden centre, which is always worth a visit. Further information on the rally and the NNROC can be found at or call Terry Reynolds on 01603 405280 for an entry form.

5th, 6th & 7th June 2015

The Beale Park Boat & Outdoor Show 2015, Beale Park, Lower Basildon, Reading, Berkshire RG8 9NW. 10am-6pm Friday & Saturday, 10am-5pm Sunday. See the widest range of boats in one place, all set around a beautiful lake beside the River Thames. New features include make a model boat, make a sail, understand the art of knots, learn about navigation and maritime history and foraging for wild food. There will be a Marine Village with quality products to buy and great food and beer. With thanks to the Railton Owners Club who have arranged for the 24 Litre Napier-Railton Endurance Record and Track Racing Car to make an appearance at the show on Saturday 6th June. Join us with your classic car for just £5 for a day (includes one car + 1 driver). This gives you admission to The Beale Park Boat & Outdoor Show, The Classic Car & Bike Paddock (including the Napier-Railton display) and to The Beale Park Wild Life Park & Gardens. Visit


Sunday 7th June 2015

SHVPS Annual Classic Vehicle Show and Autojumble 10.00am - 4.00pm at Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Gravel Hill, Horndean, Waterlooville PO8 0QE, 3 miles South of Petersfield on the A3. Easy access and free public car parking on site. This is a family day out with something to interest everyone. Over 300 Cars, Commercials, Motorcycles and Military vehicles of all shapes, sizes and makes dating from the early 1900's to 1989. Full refreshment and varied catering facilities, Licensed Bar, Live band, Punch and Judy plus other Children’s entertainment, Toilets and First Aid facilities. Over 160 Autojumble stalls selling vehicle parts and accessories of all ages, as well as some general stalls and garden plants etc. Entrance: Adults £5.00 Under 16's FREE. Application forms at


Sunday 14th June 2015


The 2014 Rally will be held from 10.00 am at the Bluebell Railway’s, Horsed Keynes Station RH17 7BB and the rally charge will be £3.00 per car. Run by Rover Enthusiasts (P5 Club & R.S.R) - All Rovers welcome. The Rally will be in a field alongside the Horsted Keynes Station. Entry to Bluebell Railway will be at a Group Rate, exclusive to the rally charge. £14.50 Adults and £7.50 Children Aged 3-15. If you choose to buy a railway ticket you will have unlimited railway travel for that day, so come early if you want to enjoy the trains! You may wish to plan your rides before you arrive on the day of the rally. Further details can be found at their web-site including route maps, station locations and train times: The volunteer-run Bluebell Line was the UK's first preserved standard gauge passenger railway. A steam train ride on the Bluebell is one of the top things to do on a day out in Sussex. (along with the SERR of course!) Please return entries by 17th May 2015. For further information and entry form contact Ray Pickett Tel: 01903 208604 or email:


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