Club Expo 2019 is fast approaching. The event is to be held at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon on 26 January 2019.
Our very own David Whale will welcome you and open the event. The many speakers and their topics of discussion are (in no particular order) as follows:
• Apprenticeships by Karl Carter
• PR & Social Media for Car Clubs by Wayne Scott & Hannah Thomas
• DVLA Question Time by Ian Edmunds & Geoff Lancaster
• Planning for the Future – Preparing Classic Motor Clubs for the Next 40 Years by Bruce Kelsey, Director of Development, Morris Minor Owners Club
• GDPR by Nettitude
• Risky Business – Helping Clubs Avoid the Pitfalls of Liability by Peter James Insurance
• Cost of Ownership Survey by Paul Chasney
If you have not already confirmed your attendance, please forward me the name of your Club or Association, name and contact details as soon as possible to guarantee your place. (No more than two representatives per organisation is preferred). The event is free to attend.
Why not give it a go? Afterall you may learn something valuable to assist you and your fellow members.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Wishing you all the very best
Secretary, Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs Ltd.
PO Box 295
Tel: 01708 223111
Sunday May 19th
The Chiltern Hills Rally is now taking bookings for our 25th anniversary Rally.
If you wish to attend or have a club stand you are more than welcome.
Booking online is simple, please visit www.chilternhillsrally.org.uk and you click “get Tickets here”, which will redirect you to Car Festival Booking . its free to sign up with CFB and then you can choose and book your event.
If you are wishing to be part of a club stand , you MUST PRE BOOK and YOU MUST STATE THE name of your club at the bottom of the form.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dampf in Melle
1st-5th May 2019
Automuseum Melle gem. GmbH
Email: email@example.com - Call 0049-541-48207.
6th-10th July 2019
For many years Heiner Rössler has organised the Schnauferl Meeting and the
Wander Fahrt. Heiner has decided to entrust the next generation of enthusiasts with
the organisation of the tour: Jan Dirk Elstermann, Heiner Placke, Jan Placke and
Moritz Schindhelm have taken over the planning since the 2017 event. We would be
delighted to see you back in Melle in July or if you have not been yet, join us and
experience the friendly atmosphere of our tour!
The event is for cars built before 1919 and all historic Steam and Electric Cars
Automuseum Melle gem. GmbH
Harvestehuder Weg 81
August 10th-11th 2019
Tel: 01964 542260 or visit http://www.driffieldvintagerally.co.uk/.
14th September 2019
The West Wilts Society of Model Engineers are holding our 6th annual "Wiltshire Model Steam Gala" on 14th September in Westbury, Wiltshire. We are looking to increase our outdoor exhibits, which currently include stationary and traction engines of various sizes, along with vintage vehicles. We are looking to see if anyone who has a steam vehicle may be based close enough to us to consider showing their vehicle. We provide a light lunch and free teas/coffees during the day. Would you be able to put the request in your site at all? I can be contacted via our Facebook page or Michelle Richardson directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
22nd April 2018
Every year Drive It Day is purposefully held on the Sunday nearest to 23 April. Why? Because it commemorates the 64 cars that left London on the first day of the Thousand Mile Trial on 23 April 1900. The Royal Automobile Club Thousand Mile Trial started in London and passed through Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester - travelled through Scotland - then passed back through more English locations until they were back in London again. The tour lasted until May 12th and 46 out of approximately 65 starting cars made it to the finish line.
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