September Update – What’s on!

The first few leaves have been spotted dropping from the trees and Autumn looks to be on it’s way…

Can you believe it’s mid-September already?

It’s still a great time of year to experience a drive in the crisp air in your chosen chariot and that’s exactly what some of our merry band will be doing on Thursday’s mid month run as they head for Duns and the Jim Clark Museum.

Full details can be found on the Event Calendar or by clicking ‘HERE’.

This Sunday sees us displaying at the Newmilns Festival Weekend at Jamieson Park where we’ve been asked to compliment the day with some of our vehicles.
There’s still time to let me know if you’re planning to attend – Just click ‘HERE’

It would be great to see a decent turn out on what promises to be a fine day with fine weather.

Jamieson Park is just past the Primary School on the A71 heading east.  The address is Girvan Crescent, Newmilns, KA16 9HZ.
Can everyone arrive on site at 10:00am to allow us to get ‘into place’ for the public arriving at 11:00am?  Bill Brown will be onsite to control the event and as is usual at such events, once cars are in place, they shouldn’t be moved until the show closes at 4:00pm on health and safety grounds.

There is an Arts & Crafts show in the Marquee which will contain 90 stalls as well as food and refreshments. (Public entry £2.00)

The following Sunday (29th) will be an afternoon run to Dumfries House where 24 of us will be parking up in front of this historic building and taking part in a 90 minute guided tour of two floors of this historic building after a tea and shortbread reception!

As discussed at our last meeting, this is a limited number tour for which the cost would be £15 per head but the Club will subsidise this by £5.00 a head.
Unfortunately this outing is already fully subscribed so if you haven’t already had your name taken and been contacted by me, you’ve missed out.  We may revisit this in the future if there is enough interest.

As always, photos & a report will follow.


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