Photos taken at Dave Wilcox Memorial Trial
Pete Rowlands Grandson trying his hand at the wheel of the club car.
Club car supporting Longstone Tyres Sponsorship logo.
Peter’s grandson, who also helped marshal the event. Our other sponsors logos, Witham Oil and Classic Dynamo and Regulator Conversions, proudly showing.
Christmas Dinner Photos
Winner of the Ladies Festive Scarf – Sue Rowlands with her prize
Winner of the Men’s prize – Tony Johnson being presented with a bottle of wine from the Landlady Coreen.
Collage of everyone having fun
Members at the September Lunch meet.
Little and Large Tickfords!
Photos thanks to Nick Turley from the very successful Cumbria Run
Participants lined up at the start.
Navigators Sue Rowlands, Sue Turley, Brenda Johnson and Andrea Simpson ready for the off.
Bruce Robinson’s Grandson Max, successfully navigated them over the complete route.
Sue Rowlands on the Heather & Honey run, holding the trophy Pete and Sue won for the most miles covered to get to the start of the event.
Nice to see members Mel and Joan Baxter with their MG at Lincoln Castle.
Photos taken by David Page at Whisby Nature Reserve
First outing for Stuart Kent’s 1927 Chummy and yes there is an engine in there.
Below a rare species spotted driving an Austin 10 Clifton in the Isle of Wight recently, we think it is called a ‘Tigersaurus Rowlandus’
Two of our Lincolnshire female members at an Austin Ten Drivers’ Club Steam Punk event on the Isle of Wight.
Members Picnic at Claxy Open Garden Day – keeping cool in the shade.
The Autokarna at Wollaton, Nottingham. Thanks to David Page and Peter Rowlands for the photos.
A few from the Lincolnshire Group having a picnic.
Alan Cady and Ian Bancroft having a snack.
Caught on camera Peter Rowlands cleaning his car at this year’s Newark Show.
Mystery Run 2017 – Meeting for coffee at Wickenby Airport
Gathered for lunch
Ian did you really eat all that?
Didn’t we have a lovely day the day we went to Cleethorpes!
Thank you to David Page for the photographs.
The Mayor and Press talking to Paddy Malone about his Chummy
Arriving at Walesby Village Hall for lunch stop.
Catching the rays at Walesby
How many men does it take to adjust a calorimeter?
We’ve arrived at Cleethorpes and telling interesting tales of racing cyclists and road closures
Admiring on lookers.
Evening Meal – photo by Pete Rowlands
Ooh la la Gerry we can see why you sat there.
Wondering the Wolds