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AGM and Roadrun, April 2012



The cars assemble at Sainsburys


The AGM is an important event in the Club's Calendar. To make it even more more interesting, the Club organises a roadrun that finishes at the Event. This year's run started from "Sainsbury's" which now occupies part of the Canley factory site and was organised by Steve O'Hara. This year's AGM was arranged at the British Motoring Heritage Trust's museum at Gaydon, where there are several conference rooms, one of which was booked for our use


Admission to the Museum is complimentary for members who attend the AGM, so as the Museum usually costs £9 to enter, this is a worthwhile saving and a definite benefit of belonging to the Club. 


I don't have a report of the Roadrun (Could YOU send me one?) but Graham Lockley was busy with his camera once again and grabbed these great shots of the cars en-route:


I will tell you more about the AGM itself on another page:

Phil Homer

May 2012

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