Saturday 18th April & Saturday 12th September 2015
CLASSIC VIRGINS EVENT at Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, Warkwickshire CV35 0BJ, 10.00 am - 4.30pm
The day is designed to encourage and support potential classic car owners. The target group will be people seriously considering buying a classic car in the near future. The participants (max. 18) will be divided into groups for the morning session.
Programme draft - Welcome & briefing. Theory session on buying and owning a classic. Finance (buying & maintaining), facilities, skills, clubs, insurance, social scene etc.
Workshop session with experienced tutors: Can I look after a classic? An insight into the skills required. Lubrication etc. Ignition, carburettor etc. - some ‘basic hands’ on. Hospitality including lunch provided for all participants and car owners.
Car rides: Participants will be taken for a ride in a classic car - 9/10 miles on country roads - driven by car owners and rendezvous at Laser Tools at Southam. Following a brief informative tour/display passengers change cars for return journey to Gaydon. De-briefing meeting.Volunteer cars - Expectation is to use volunteers within reach of Gaydon (CV35 0BJ).
Expenses: £20.00 will be available to each car owner towards fuel. Volunteer car owners can take part throughout the day but are under no obligation to deliver any formal input other than the afternoon drives and informal discussion. Naturally each volunteer car must comply with Road Traffic Acts.
Contact Bob Wilkinson. 01832 734463 or email: email@example.com
Sunday 19th April & Sunday 6th September 2015
Classic Drive & Ride-In Days at the Lakeland Motor Museum, nestled in the picturesque Levens Valley, our museum is minutes from the southern tip of Lake Windermere. Come along with your classic motor car, motorcycle, truck or van and enjoy half price admission for both driver and passengers. To qualify you must bring along a pre 1990 classic car, truck, van or motorcycle. Entry to our dedicated parking area will be from 9.30am. If you wish to park alongside your friends or fellow club members, please arrive together on the day. Admission discount vouchers will be issued as vehicles enter the parking area. There’s no need to book, just turn up on the day. Website www.lakelandmotormuseum.co.uk
Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd & Monday 4th May 2015
Donington Historic Festival
Whether you’re a long-time enthusiast or have never seen a historic racing car in action before, you’ll find plenty to entertain you at the Donington Historic Festival. After just four years the event is already firmly established as a major fixture on the international historic racing calendar, attracting many thousands of spectators, hundreds of world-class historic racing cars and huge numbers of classic car club displays. Donington Park has a fabulous history, from the days of the pre-War Silver Arrows GP cars right through to modern times, and the Festival calls upon all that history, creating a fantastic atmosphere at what is arguably the best spectator circuit in the country. As well as watching such iconic machines fighting it out on track, spectators can wander round the race paddocks, enjoying free access and getting up close to the cars and stars. And there are always plenty of off-track attractions and live action - including legendary Group B rally cars, autojumble and memorabilia stalls, cafes, bars and food outlets. For further information visit www.donongtonhistoric.com
Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th May 2015
SCOTTISH ALL ROVER RALLY - P6 ROVER OWNERS CLUB STAND
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 www.sarr.co.uk Enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 24th May 2015
BRESSINGHAM ROVER RALLY
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
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