The Annual Dinner and Prizegiving was held this year on Friday 2rd February. The event was attended by 22 members all dressed in their finest. As usual, the catering was superb, and the service provided by the hotel very good.
After the excellent 3-course meal, the chairman, Dave Barton
, thanked those attending and the ...
Please note that due to the Clubs Annual Dinner and Prize giving night on Friday the 2nd February that the normal Club Night for February is cancelled.
The next Club Night will be Monday 5th March. We look forward to seeing you then.
Monday December 4th was our quiz night organised by Clive and Helen. In addition to the three teams from our club we had two visiting teams from Chesham MG Club. With the winning team's prize being a case of 6 bottles of wine it was all to play for.
There were eight rounds with questions on the following subjects. General ...
In an effort to continue our aim to have closer relationships with neighbouring clubs, we accepted an invitation from the Chesham Club to field a team for their quiz night at the Chartridge Park Golf Club on Tuesday 24th October. As it turned out, we could only offer a team of four to represent the club. As teams were to be of ...
The weather again looked as though it might spoil our weekend away, but in fact Friday dawned bright and sunny, and the weather was kind to us for the three days. All six couples arrived at The Falstaff Hotel by mid afternoon, checked in and then wandered around the town to get our bearings. Canterbury is a very attractive ...
This is an event that some of our members went to, and Clive and Roger both drove the Hill. Dave's car was in the display area even thought to be there he was a little creative with the year of manufacture as you need to be 25 years old to display and over 40 to drive the hill.
The weather wasn't as good as last ...
Saturday 26th August.
Eight cars gathered at The Bell in Stoke Mandeville, to enjoy a bacon bap breakfast before setting out to the Craft Fair at Stonor Park. The drive from Stoke Mandeville is through the Chilterns, and this is beautiful English countryside, one of England's best-kept secrets – only one incident – ...
Twelve cars carrying 21 people arrived to participate in the run
A circular route of some 33 miles was organised to take in some of the picturesque villages in west Buckinghamshire.
The first car back was (David and Richard in the MGF), followed not long after by the all-girl team of Mary, Karen and Jackie in the ...