What a good day we had. The car park at the Phantom Winger was packed with all sorts of exotica and became absolutely grid locked when a large convoy of cars from the Leeds Super car club arrived. After briefing all the members on coming events etc, eight cars left for the run out through the “Trough”. The route wound through Longridge ,Whitewell, Dunsop Bridge, Abbeystead and finally to Cockerham. The weather was fantastic all day blue sky, sinshine and hoods down.
A message from Zoe, the special projects organiser at the main club:
“My task for 2016 was to come up with an idea for a national event for 2016, which in its self is a quite a big task, as not only when we could hold such an event but where ?
We wanted to avoid the usual north / south opinions so were looking to try and create a national event that could be held over the whole country on the same day, and if successful no one would have to travel too far. Every region and individual could do their own thing.
Below is a poster with our idea which I hope you all like and will get behind.
As the poster says, if you do need any help or have any questions in organising an event on your region or need any ideas please do not hesitate to contact me and I’ll endeavour to assist you as best I can. I’ve also attached the poster as a pdf so you can circulate this on to your members.
Also if you’d prefer the picture at the bottom to be cars from your region just send me a suitable picture and I’ll send a new poster back to you for you to circulate.
As I said if you need any help you know where I am
Bye for now
Zoe, Special Projects
TVR Car Club
Tel : 01767 683836 (Home) 07795 094832 (Mobile) 01767 685700 (Work)
drive it day poster
Jim Edwards and I have pooled are knowledge of the runs we have made to Scotland in the past and come up with the following route. I have plotted each days route using the AA route planner which gives detailed instructions as well as a small map. I would still suggest using Sat Nav’s as the primary method of navigation.