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July 15/16th 2017- The annual charity event much supported by tenthers in previous years. Co-organised by our Delta, many locals and Craven MC.....

Likely to include a cycle tour and BBQ on Saturday, main show on Sunday.
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Old 19 Apr 2017, 10:36 (Ref:3727725)   #16
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I need to go to Specsavers Mike as at first glance I thought it said "Caravan Motor Club" that would be good cars and caravans doing a rally !
Don't joke about such things! Some parts of the countryside during the holiday season you'd swear it was happening........
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Don't joke about such things! Some parts of the countryside during the holiday season you'd swear it was happening........
Yes seen a few "mishaps" over the years on the roads, especially when they have got into a "tank slapper" and turned it onto it's side and picked the back wheels of the towing vehicle off the ground by about a foot or so
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Hello everyone Bryan Hull here. Apologies for nothing from me and thanks to Mike for keeping everyone informed.

Entries for the Tour are rolling in but as people always say spaces are available.

It's a 60 mile route with a Bacon bap and tea or coffee at our new start venue, with a lunch time halt/finish at the Show where Iain can make things up about you.

For those that want it there is a further 20 miles finishing at the Cherry Tree for a pint late afternoon.

I'm getting a taxi home from the Cherry Tree.....

If you want to do the tour drop me a line at hqmsport@gmail.com

Speak soon and I'll now be keeping an eye on this thread.
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Just a few days to go now. We had our last committee meeting last night and looks like we will top 40 plus cars on the tour.Weather forecast looking cloudy but dry.Anyway fingers crossed for a good day. Cant believe this is our 9th year.
See you at weekend. Cheers Iain.
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Having ventured Darn Sarf to Knebworth for our Alfa Romeo Owners Club National meet last weekend I can't manage to get down to such latitudes again so soon, I'm afraid - but have a good weekend Iain and everyone attending!

I'll have to content myself with my DVD of a previous year
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Hope the show went well, and look forward to any reports or pics in due course!
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The busiest yet, we were still taking gate money at 3pm! Lots of interesting cars including one of the prettiest Sprinzel Speedwell Sprites I've seen in a long time. Some nice Alfas too. Sorry, no pics :-(
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I will ping in a full report after but yes busiest show for sure . I did struggle as had man flu . Thank you to all tenthers especially Steve and David who both marshalled for the day .
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As I said yesterday we had a brilliant show. Hope Grant will be able to post some pictures. I was so busy I did not get see any cars but I am getting told that the field was full of classic cars, bikes and yes Joe you should of been here loads of scooters.
We had to put some of the classic cars into public car park but nobody seemed to mind,. Each year I give out rosettes to the kids and they go around putting them on their favorite cars. Last year it was a green Lamborghini this year it was a three wheeled boat. I am sure Grant will post a picture. We normally get around £1000.00 in the buckets. I have just been told we got £2700.00!!!!.
WTF.
10th year next year so its got to be a stunner. Anyone got a contact for the Red Arrows.
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Well done Iain and Team!

It did seem the busiest yet, great turnout of cars! Mrs was rather concerned that I took a major shine to the fab Ford V8 Hot Rod .... although I was also very taken with the Supercharged Prewar Squire.

The Owen Family enjoyed the Maharajah's Tour again, as did the in-laws in their XJS - so thanks to Craven MC, Bryan Hull and the rest of that team for organising that.

See you next year!
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Hope the marshals were of use to you Iain, lets hope next year you can arrange a date that me and Fay can make !!
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Hope the marshals were of use to you Iain, lets hope next year you can arrange a date that me and Fay can make !!
You two and a few of the other big name celebrities that one often sees at the event!

On the other hand I have to agree with earlier comments about how busy it seemed with a lot of families walking around. There has always been a strong family element to the day but this year it seemed more evident than ever.

More than one person I spoke to made a comment about is being an petrolhead's antidote to the other action up the road at Silverstone .... which I thought was an interesting observation.
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They were all brilliant. Thanks Alan.
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A few snaps from Sunday.

I should have gone for the bacon roll early in the day. From about mid morning there seemed to be a constant queue of happy people clearing out the bacon as quickly as it could be cooked.
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