Details of this years Burnley Classic Vehicle Show, which is to be held at Towneley Hall in Burnley on the 26th June are now available. Please follow this link for some (albeit limited) additional information.- Burnley Classic Vehicle Show
We have been asked by the organisers to again pull together a TVR stand. So if you are interested in attending and joining us on the stand could you please contact Allan Humphreys or Steve Ducker.
Extract from an email forwarded on from TVRCC HO.
There was interest from several of you at last night’s meeting. I will find out further details of the event and let you all know.
I am writing from the Transport Museum in St Helens. The Museum holds an extensive collection of vehicles and other artefacts related to road transport and during the summer we host a series of special events for transport enthusiasts. We are planning an event devoted to BRITISH SPORTS CARS to be held on SUNDAY 7th AUGUST and I wondered if any of your members - particularly those based in the North-West - would like to display their TVR models on this occasion.
I was at the Fire Engine and Vintage Vehicle show at Preston Park (Middlesbrough) last weekend and I met your Tees Valley member Ken Dagg, he suggested that I ask you for the contact details of the secretary for this area, and if you are able to do this I would contact them direct. As you will know, St Helens lies between Liverpool and Manchester so would be easily accessible to car owners in Merseyside, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and southern Lancashire. I look forward to hearing from you.
It would be great if we could get a timeline of TVRs for the event. (Well as best as we can manage)
Cheers - Steve
The Lancashire TVRCC Spring Run - a joint event with North Yorkshire TVRCC.
A big thank you to everyone who joined us on the Spring Run to Ribblehead and Wensleydale on Sunday. It was great to see you all. The incredible 17 car convoy leaving the Tickled Trout was a sight to behold, so thank you to everyone who helped make the day such a success.
It was fantastic to see Justin Kellett out on a run for the first time in over 10 years and what better co-pilot to have with him than our ex-RO John Morgan. It was also great to meet some new friends too including Brian Halliwell in his immaculate green Chimaera. And we are delighted to report that Len managed to return his car home safely and is now investigating the cause of his new-found knock.
More information and to post your images and comments: http://www.tvr-car-club.co.uk/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=40687&title=spring-run-sunday-24th-april
We look forward to seeing you all next time!