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    Originally a progressive meal day, it ended as just lunch. Some of us grouped at Kingston and enjoyed a pleasant drive through Margate, Sandfly and Longley before arriving at the hotel. Others joined us there. Just as pretty as ever, the Longley pub, and even more so with an impressive array of club...
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    The top car park at Wrest Point was out meeting place, and what a great sight our vehicles were, all lined up. After the usual good mornings, hellos etc. We headed off down Sandy Bay Road, then the Channel Highway bound for Kingston. How fortunate we are in this part od the world...
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Very much a modern cars only event this one with mother nature throwing a thoroughly wintery day at us, with rain and cold being the main features! The Meikles and Goldsmiths were a select little group at the regatta ground meeting point, joined soon by Helen Woolley. On the way to Grove we picked up...
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Bit of a mystery this one, “Scenic Drive” – where would that take us? Firstly the weather forecast was a little worrying with widespread showers on the horizon, resulting in us going modern, but they did not eventuate, just a little drizzle in the early afternoon. We departed Cambridge Park in chilly but pleasant conditions,...
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Day 1 It was that time of the year again, didn’t seem like a full year since we were touring the Geeveston area. We met at Cambridge Park in glorious sunny conditions, ready for a 9.30 departure. There we met Paul Mitchell and Kate Wainright, all the way from Burnie, and Les Webb from Swansea....
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Despite dire early predictions the weather turned out fine for the PVCC’s 2017 Picnic At Ross, though the turnout was lower than expected and probably due to many attendees erring on the side of caution. As usual, a very big “thank you” must go to Rod Talbot and his team of excellent helpers from the...
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A much looked forward to annual event, the Mother’s Day lunch is always spot on, with a great selection of soup, roast meats, vege’s, salads and scrumptious desserts. It was a pleasant run down in the Plymouth, the nice weather making the trip very enjoyable. A bit of a wait on arrival, as the “visitors...
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It was a dreary damp morning for our run to the Bellerive Fort, so off we went in modern, only to find the weather ended up reasonably good. On arrival at the Regatta Ground we were in the company of the Jaguar Club, who were departing on their own run from the same spot. Our...
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“Don’t be late” was the word, we would be departing Granton dead on time at 9.00 – so it was an early start, with most packing completed the day before. We arrived at the designated spot around 8.25 where our group was beginning to gather. We had made the decision to go modern, as the...
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A perfect autumn day to get into the Irish spirit Members met at Simmons Park on the Lindisfarne Esplanade for a late afternoon get together with the colour green being a major element. It’s amazing how many food types can be turned green! Everything except the snags seemed to be green, including meringues, cakes, biscuits,...
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