Donington Park 11th July 2020. 3 hour handicapped relay race.
Set off from Wakefield at 7.00 am and arrived in the paddock at 08.25.
Unloaded MGB and tools into the garage and checked fluids, wheel nuts… Continue reading
Nomination Name: David Copeman Membership Number: 91573
I re-joined the MGCC over 15 years ago, which had changed from the North East Centre to the Yorkshire Centre. Personally I have had many positions in the Yorkshire Centre and I’m currently… Continue reading
MGCC North Yorkshire
13th FEBRUARY 2020
Apologies: Jack & Wilma Tinker, David Doulin, Robin & Ann Askew, Bill & Sandra Poole, David & Carol Copeman, Steve & Andrea Coltman and Nick & Tess Mann.
Christmas Skipton Golf… Continue reading
Members Report Vale of York Natter MGCC – February 2020
Nineteen of us in attendance at the last Natter back at the Masons. Mainly it was a social occasion, though was a good opportunity for Dennis, Dave and… Continue reading
Introducing Mark Baulch – the Club’s new Competitions Secretary
The MG Car Club is pleased to announce that we have a new Competitions Secretary, our current Awards Co-Ordinator Mark Baulch.
Mark replaces our previous Competitions Secretary, John Hutchison,… Continue reading
York Centre – March Issue 2020
With mild winter, at least here in Yorkshire, some members have been tempted to bring their cars out and about. As well as the “Chilly Willy Run, mentioned in last month’s news, the Tiger… Continue reading
The December Natter was equally well attended and the Scalextric championship as popular as ever due to Chris and Steve Et al. The racing was tight and Jill and Jan judged to be the closest of the night. Harry claimed… Continue reading
January natter was attended by several past centre chairman and committee officials who back in the day where heavily involved in the centres motorsport events.
Accompanied by their wives Colin Bateson, John Willis. Andy McGee, Robin Kent and Martin Wise… Continue reading
North – Nick Mann
The February meeting consisted of a talk by Anne Buckley concerning the mainly German high ranking officers who had been taken prisoner during the First World War and their incarceration near Skipton. They were tended to… Continue reading