September Follow Up Newsletter!
Just a quick reminder that we have our Cambridge drive coming up soon.If you fancy blowing through those twin 40’s before the winter lay up! Other forms of fuel management are of course welcome, do come along.
If you intend to come please let me know so I can make sure we have enough copies of the roadbook!
Sunday 25th September Cambridge Drive. Meet 10am , Start Point Caxton Gibbet , Costa Coffee, Unit 2 Ermine St, Caxton, Cambridge CB23 3AS, finish point, via a Malcolm special, Tulip Road book, Anglesey Abbey, Quy Rd, Lode, Cambridge CB25 9EJ
If you’ve not been to Anglesey Abbey, it’s a stunning NT property, see image below, and the car parks free if you don’t fancy going round the house!
Classics at Glemham. on the 4th Sept. was a hot day, like most daysf this summer! This events keeps getting bigger, so unlike Kimbolton we had acres more stand than we could fill! Still we had a great selection of cars, from the pretty blue 1958 Spider through the 1963 2600 Spide right up to the GTAm, those three made quite a sight and garnered plenty of attention. The 2600 came runner up in best in show!
Plenty of images on the facebook (AROC EAST ANGLIA) page, see the two links below thanks again to Chris Gandy for his photos.
I hope to see you all soon.
Graham Simper, AROC East Anglia Section Secretary