This year's visit to Bespoke Performance in Ware for our annual TVRCC open-day was blessed with near perfect weather. Over 50+ TVRs from various regions came to visit over the day keeping the staff from Bespoke very busy with both catering and chatting. Graeme and Skippy were kept occupied the entire day offering technical advice and putting cars up on ramps, whilst Mark and Martin were similarly being put through their paces greeting everyone and showing folks around the workshop.
All in all, a fantastic day out - both socially and drawing on the technical expertise of Bespoke staff! Thanks everyone at Bespoke Performance for putting on such an excellent event for us - yet again - and everyone else for coming and making the day the great success that it was!
On the 6th of May, TVRs from a number of local regions attended the Duxford spring car show at the Imperial War Museum. We all had a great day out going around both the car show and the museum itself - which is huge!
On the 16th of April, 50 or so TVR car club members descended on the Morgan Sports car factory in Malvern in order to see how some of the other classic British sport car makers ply their trade.
Neil Garner Motorsport, Kemble Business Park, Wiltshire
Over 125 TVR’s turned up to the TVRCC Wiltshire Region organised Neil Garner Open Day on Easter Saturday. There was plenty to see and do on the day including; an Autoglym sponsored Concours De Elegance Competition won by Aaron Moyce and his superb Griffith 500. The Loudest Car Competition was won by Glen Brooks and his Guest Display Car a Lamborghini Diablo, but only by a very very small margin from Matt Strange and his LOUD Chimaera.
The TVRCC Annual General Meeting 2012 will take place on 21st April 2012 Kestrel Suite, Heritage Motor Centre GAYDON, CV35 0BJ commencing at 12:00am. All members are invited to attend.
Knebworth classic car show is something of a tradition for the Herts and Beds area and this year was their 21st birthday, so we all went along again to help celebrate.
The event itself runs over two days during the bank holiday weekend and as a club presence is desired on both days, we split up between us who would be going on which day. All in all, about 25-30 TVRs went over the two days, with the majority attending on the Monday.
The event was well attended by lots of other clubs and private cars, so gave us lots of things to look at during the day making it a great event as per usual!
Meeting up at the Jaguar Factory Visitor Centre in Castle Bromwich, 21 TVRCC members spent the majority of the afternoon touring around a number of the Jaguar production lines.
The Saffron Walden car show has been running for a number of years now as a charity event in support of 'Help for Heroes'. It always manages to attract a large number of cars ranging from the classic 1930s all the way up to the modern day.
The Duxford car show this year was probably one of the biggest non-TVR specific events that was attended by members of the South Eastern regions this year. Organised by Tony (RO for East Midlands) just under 60 TVRs turned up and virtually overwhelmed every other club there.
Kimbolton is an event that has long been on the yearly calendar of the Cambridgeshire and Herts and Beds region. It features not just a very well attended car show, but also a large local fair which has just about everything you expect an old country fair to have.
We had about 30-40 TVRs in attendance during the day - which included not just the TVR club, but also another local club and various private owners.
It was the first event for a number of our new members and they thoroughly enjoyed it! The only downside to the day was Keith's S3 which decided it was going to throw a little fit and break down. Other than that, a great day out!
Sherburn Aero Club
On 25th June 2011 we had a multi region event with our friends from Tees Valley, South Yorkshire and North Yorkshire joining the West Yorkshire crew for our 2nd year of helping with the Candlelighters Charity Day at Sherburn Aero Club near Selby, Yorkshire.
Candlelighters is a Yorkshire based charity formed and run by parents of children who are suffering from or have had cancer.
Although a small local show by some standards, this event has always managed to attract a good range of modern and classic cars to come and show. The event this year was blessed with some great weather and over twenty TVRs from various regions local to the Royston area showing. There were various competitions ranging throughout the day, from men pulling Landrovers around, to model spitfires and jet-fighters dog fighting it out in the skies above. Generally, a very enjoyable way to spend a Sunday afternoon - and I thoroughly recommend the burgers!