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.