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            New Date

Tadcaster Show 27th June 2021

We are hopeful we can avoid cancelling the annual Tadcaster show again as we are following the government’s route out of lockdown.

27th June is the first Sunday after the government are planning to lift most of the restrictions.

Maintaining social distancing - we intend to leave more space between those cars on display and so this will mean there will be less space for cars in       John Smiths Brewery Car Park.

Following a year of in-activity we anticipate these limited spaces will be in great demand.

Entry to this event will be by advance booking.

Pride of Ownership

With the maximum number of people meeting being limited to 30 until the 22ndJune we hope to hold the pride of ownership evening later in the year.

Ripon Old Cars 2021

Event cancelled.

Otley Vintage Transport Extravaganza

Planned to take place on Sunday 12th September 2021, this event has now been cancelled.

Some of the shows we attend as a club have already been postponed until 2022.

The committee are hoping to ensure 2021 is not a total loss!

Follow all the updates in the club magazine and www.leedsmgccc.co.uk


"The Club that likes to go places"

Our membership continues to grow and our social calendar fills at an alarming rate. We have Sunday lunch runs, mid week evening supper runs through the summer, visits to classic car shows and weekends away. There is a club night every month, meeting at the Buffers, Scholes on the 2nd Monday of the month at 8:00 pm. A very varied programme, with most months having at least one event, helps us keep to our motto: "The Club that likes to go places"

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Otley and York Classic Car Shows, 8th & 22nd September 2019

The last two shows of the season, Otley Vintage Transport Extravanganza, and York Historic Vehicle Group at the racecourse, were both well attended by club members.

The 19 cars on the stand at Otley drew plenty of attention from the passing public.The weather was warm and sunny and the stalls and sideshows were all busy. the queue at the only ice cream van was the biggest problem, - too long to join.

The usual huge variety of stalls and rides was at the show, and with steam engines, buses and motorbikes, it was as interesting as always. With a dog show, marching bands and other events in the arena, this show should definitely be on next years list.

At York, despite a threatening weather forecast, the club stand at the YHVG Knavesmire classic car show was also well attended In the end, only a short period of rain in the morning spoiled the day, filling the gazebo for a short time with members and non members.

Twelve of us brought their cars to the allotted area (along with a few interlopers) and we were aware of others elsewhere at the show. The autojumble was full of interesting bits, and a few bargains were bagged for future use.

Another definite for next years show list, as always some very interesting vehicles on display, though being at the back end of the season, the weather can be a problem. If you have any suggestions for the 2020 list of shows for club attendance, get in touch. It may be that we will drop some less popular events and add some new ones. New ideas are always welcome”

Dennis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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