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Museum Tour – 24 July.



This new event is based on visits to classic car and motorsporting museums. Starting at the Dundee Museum of Transport, we motor north into the highlands visiting Grampian Transport Museum in Alford, continuing to our finish in Edzell. Some great roads across Angus, Perth and Kinross.

The current rising costs of everything have impacted on your club, as it has other clubs. While providing a fun fiilled tour with places to see and visit, plus the end of event meal has meant we have had to increase the entry price to cover our costs.

Your club does not run events for profit, but we must cover our costs to remain viable. Looking forward to seeing you on this new tour, over a new route, with more to see and do.
       

Features

Saturday 2 July from 2pm
Modified and Classic Cars at the Haining House Selkirk TD7 5LR
Entry FREE

Sunday Worship 24 July


Bill Telford's next Sunday Worship is on Sunday 24 July, once again at the  The But & Ben, Main Street, Croftamie, G63 0EU.
The event is for owners of classic, sports, super, hyper, prestige and performance cars only who would like to meet with other like minded owners, take some breakfast and share stories and talk about their cars.
includes entry registration



After a two year break due to the Covid pandemic, the popular Loch Ness Classic Car Tour bounced back very successfully on June 4th. Over £5000 was raised by the entrants, primarily supporting Prostate Scotland with the remainder going to the Club’s Charity Account.

Classic Events
This column will publicise other classic car events around Scotland. If you would like your event featured here then email details to
 events@caledonianmsc.com

See also the NESCRO website

Peter Humphrey's Triumph TR6
Museum Tour – 24 July.
This new event is based on visits to classic car and motorsporting museums. Starting at the Dundee Museum of Transport, we motor north into the highlands visiting Grampian Transport Museum in Alford, continuing to our finish in Edzell. Some great roads across Angus, Perth and Kinross.
 
The current rising costs of everything have impacted on your club, as it has other clubs. While providing a fun fiilled tour with places to see and visit, plus the end of event meal has meant we have had to increase the entry price to cover our costs. Your club does not run events for profit, but we must cover our costs to remain viable. Looking forward to seeing you on this new tour, over a new route, with more to see and do.
       
Royal Deeside Motor Show - 2 & 3 July

the Royal Deeside Motor Show is gearing up for it's second year, taking place on the 2nd and 3rd July 2022 at Kincardine Castle and Estate.

RDMS is a two-day gathering of rare motors, including performance, classic, retro, contemporary, agri, leisure and heavy haulage, spanning motorcars, motorbikes, campers, 4x4s, tractors, HGVs and so much more. The Motor Show includes Showcase Parades, 4x4 Experience, Motor Dealers, Auto Retailers, Autojumble, Food & Drink, Entertainment, Motor Attractions and new for 2022, Camping. You can find out more information on our event website RDMS22.
Dave's Dales Moors and Forest - 17 & 18 September
Regs and entry form now available.

 
Renamed in memory of our late colleague Dave Spence who designed, planned and produced all the documentation for this event. Starting in Gretna we travel 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, the finish of our previous 2 day excursion to the north of England.
As this event requires an ovenight in Harrogate  . Regs   Entry Form
Scottish Transport Extravaganza Glamis Castle - 9 & 10 July

Scottish Vintage Vehicle Transport Extravaganza is held each year at Glamis Castle on the second weekend in July. It is unquestionably the largest gathering of vintage, veteran and classic vehicles in Scotland and provides a wonderful setting for a family visit.

Closing date for entries is 31/05/22, make sure to get your entry in to avoid disappointment. Car Club entries are already full. As part of our Austin display we would still like to include an Austin Tractor & a Metro 6R4, get in touch if you have one.


Contact Lesley Munri  
lesley@svvc.co.uk
01307 840311 Mobile Number: 07980 855184
Scottish Festival of Motoring.Sunday - 17th July

The Scottish Festival of Motoring event promises to be exciting and entertaining with a variety of displays including Club Cars/Groups, Show Vehicles, Modified Cars, Classic and Retro Cars, Motorcycles, and so much more. In addition there will also be Daring Stunts, Supercar Passenger Experience, Demos, along with Activities for Kids, making it the must go event for all the family.  Full details and tickets www.festivalofmotoring.co.uk
Revolution:  June 2022 Issue


Enjoy all this and the latest news from the motorsport community in this month’s edition.
https://revolution.motorsportuk.org/

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