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2020 events

Calendar of events for 2020, for the club. 

Hopefully you will find all or some of the events a good reason to get your classic on the road and see a bit of Scotland.and beyond.

Full details and Regs etc for CCHMSC events will appear closer to the time of each event. Keep looking at this website for more information.

We also list other club and classic events and shows as we hear about them. See 'Other Events Listing'

Penty to choose from for classic motoring.

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2020 Events
Below is listed the latest view of the 2020 events calendar, for your club. Some dates may change as more information is obtained but a good start to plan your classic mortoring diary for next year. 

We also list events run by other clubs and organisations that may be of interest to our members. These you will find in the Other Events listing

Argyll Classic   -  29 March
With the arrival of spring in the air,  we return to the roads of Argyll, not seen for three years.  With new roads to explore, this event promises to be a great start to the classic sporting year.  Regs  Entry Form   Entry List
The Red Hackle Tour  -  10 May
Our tribute tour to the Black Watch celebrates the 75th anniversary of VE day this weekend. Organiser Ron Adam has created a great route covering new roads, which includes a lunch stop. Start / Finish once again at the impressive Balhousie Castle, home of the Black Watch Museum in Perth. Challenging roads and spectacular scenery are the trademark of this event and the 2020 route will be no exception.
Dales Moors and Forest - 6 & 7 June 
Last year we took you up the lakeland passes. For 2020 Dave Spence has created a new venture, once again heading over the border. Starting in Gretna we travel deeper into the 'All Creatures' Yorkshire Dales, North Yorks moors, and east to the Cleveland Hills, before reaching our overnight around Harrogate. Our second day will take us west through the Dales to the 'fell' country, and the Forest of Bowland. Turning north through the Dales National Park, we head to the finish in Cumbria.
Grass Gymkhana  -   2 August
A day of fun in a field testing the drivers skill and  car craft. Some new tests and activities in a larger field, thanks to George Shand and his friendly farming neighbours.  Designed as a day of fun, that won't break your car, held centrally so easy to get to from across Scotland, makes this a date to put in your diary.
Clyde Valley Rally  -   27 September
For 2020 we will seek out more new country roads across and beyond the Clyde Valley. Organiser Ralph Forbes has 'collected' a selection of great roads on his travels across the region, to form a new route leading to a new finish venue for this great event at the end of our season of tours.

Classic High Tea  -  6  December
End of the touring year for members to get together to chat about their year of classic motoring, and what is happening next year, at the Royal George Hotel in Perth.

 CCHMSC - Other Events Listing
List of events run by other clubs and organisations that may be of interest to our members.

Drive it Day - 19 April 2020
Your club is a supporter of the annual Drive it Day events.

The Rotary Club of Blairgowrie is preparing its fourth Drive-it-Day and the date is Sunday 19th April 2020, a week after Easter.

Up to 100 classic cars will assemble at Blairgowrie Golf Club before a spectacular drive along quiet East of Scotland roads with glorious scenery.  The route will take you through Fife to St Andrews with a lunch stop at Craigsanquhar Hotel, Logie, then through Kinross, Glendevon, the Sma’Glen and Aberfeldy finishing in Pitlochry’s Atholl Palace Hotel for high tea, auction, raffle and prize giving. Applications now open
RSAC Motorsport Ltd Spring Run - 19 April 
The RSAC team again extend a warm welcome to all drivers and passengers, and look forward to meeting old friends and newcomers alike.
For this year's route they have devised a different format taking you East and South to include a visit to Jim Smith’s Heritage Centre in Cumnock.Our thanks are due to everyone at the Morris Equestrian Centre for their continued support.    Regs and Entry form

Inverness Rotary Car Tour - 6 June
Inverness & Loch Ness Rotary Club's Classic Car Tour  takes place on June 6th raising funds for Prostate Scotland.
Starting and finishing in Inverness, the tour will cover some 150 miles through spectacular Highland scenery, on a selection of interesting and, sometimes challenging A-class, B-class and unclassified tarmac roads in and around Loch Ness, Ross-shire and the Black Isle areas.

Strathmore Classic Car Tour - 21 June
I would like to invite you to join us again on Sunday the 21st of June 2020 and with your help the total raised, by the Car Tours, for the SCAA will grow to over £50,000.
The 2020 entry form is linked below. If you have any friends, colleagues or relatives that may be interested in entering can you please either forward this email to them or direct them to the Forfar Rotary website (

RSAC Three Lochs Classic  -  9 August
This welll loved event returns on Sunday 16, with its well known 'wee' route for veteran  cars and the full route for others. Start will once again be from the Morris Equestrian Centre Meikle Mosside, Fenwick, Kilmarnock KA3 6AY.
For more information contact Jonathan Lord at or call on 07774 788844. 

HCC Crofterra Pandemonia  -  5 & 6 Sept
The 2020 Crofterra will run on the 5th & 6th September. Cars of a historic, classic & sporting nature will be eligible for entry. Organisers are working on some final details & more information will follow shortly. Entries will open in April.

For 2020 the organisers have devised a novel event to offer you a “challenge”, in fact 2 “challenges”. The challenge is to visit the eastern and western extremities of Scotland in the same weekend. There will be a choice of two route options, a Little challenge and a Big challenge  Full Details
More on the Crofterra facebook page

Bo'ness Revival -  5 & 6 September
This annual event is always popular, and dates for your diary.
The primary aim of the Bo’ness Revival is to preserve the heritage of Scotland’s first purpose built Motor Sport venue, with Bo’ness holding a major, if unsung, role of Scotland’s and the UK’ s Motor Sport history. Most of the great names in Motor Sport have competed at Bo’ness, Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, Stirling Moss to name but a few.
Saltire Classic & Targa Rally - 22 November
This round in the NESCRO championship will start at Pitlochry. Full details to follow

Updated 20 February 2020