Latest Event News from the Bristol Pegasus Motor Club
Last Updated : 20th March 2015
Our April club night will be slightly later in the month due to Easter. We do however have something worth waiting for, as we will be joined by Mike Costin, co-founder of Cosworth who will be giving us a talk.
BAWA Room 7 - 8pm.
Our Production Car Trial is to be held at Lower Grove Farm in Dundry Ref. 5545 6735 on Sunday April 26th.
The venue is superb for an event of this type and should offer a challenge for most as well as a great view of Bristol.
Signing on from 12.00 & first car to start at 13.00.
For further details contact Event Secretary - Tim Murray 0117 9499449, firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be taking in the delights of South Gloucestershire/Wiltshire and Gloucestershire, for this years Charity Tour; as always it is designed to take in places of interest that we are sure you will enjoy. We shall once again have a communal picnic stop at a convenient and interesting location.
This year we are returning to the BAWA Club for the start of the tour. Tea and coffee will be provided, and there are toilets available on site.
PLEASE ASSEMBLE BY 9.45AM
It has been determined that our charity for this year is: B.U.S.T. Breast-cancer Unit Support Trust
In the view of the Committee this local charity is most deserving of our support.
Latest Invitation Events
A 2 DAY, TULIP DIAGRAM, NON-COMPETITIVE ROAD RUN
100 miles Saturday, 85-90 miles Sunday Blandford Forum, Dorset is the venue for the Start, Finish and Hotel Saturday Night
Down to the Jurassic Coast and up to the Forests of Longleat, with a plethora of vistas throughout the route.
Into Bluebell woods and pine forests, down into dark valleys, up onto the hill tops including negotiating the infamous Zig Zag Hill !! Passing the wide open expanse of Salisbury Plain, with a few architectural landscapes and parkland surprises along the way.
On both days a wide variety of interesting roads and lanes are used.
The stopover is a 3 star Hotel in Blandford Forum where we’ve negotiated a special deal for the evening Dinner, Bed and ‘Full English’ breakfast. It’s also a dog friendly hotel !
Dress code for evening dinner will be 1940’s & 1950’s.
Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of VE Day – 8th May 1945.
The Blue Bell Run is held in a different region every year, keeping it fresh and interesting.
It is only open to 25 cars Max – There are only 5 spaces available.
The Rotary Club of Chipping Sodbury invites you to enter the annual Chipping Sodbury Classic Run, which will take place for the 20th time in 2015. As in previous years all Rotary profits will be allocated to our Rotary Charity Account, helping us to continue supporting both national and local groups, individuals and charities.
This year's event will be held on Sunday 28th June and will be just over 80 miles long, starting as usual in Chipping Sodbury's Broad Street, which is expected to be closed to all other traffic. Signing on will be at the Country Property Agents in Broad Street. Breakfasts will be available at the rear of the same location (by kind permission of Rotarian Nick Cragg) - with proceeds going to the R.N.L.I.
For 2015 the route will use some of the finest Gloucestershire countryside with an architectural gem for the finish. The coffee stop at about half distance will be Cirencester College (GL7 1XA) with the final venue being the grounds of Westonbirt School Nr Tetbury (GL8 8QG) where we will serve pre-as well as providing those who have pre-ordered lunch with parking close by.
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