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
In the absence of our natter leader, Colin, Mike took the helm for the evening which consisted of a delightful walk organised by Jeff and Kate Marsden. Following their exertions, members of the natter ended their evening back at the… Continue reading
There was much discussion at our July natter on our forthcoming European trips. While some of our members are attending the EEOTY, there are others who will be doing the South Yorkshire European Tour in September, taking in Belgium, Germany,… Continue reading
Some rain dance! Harry and Jan’s Social run broke the drought and started with a downpour, thunder and lightning.
5 cars turned up, all tin tops and only a single MG amongst them. Great run and nosh.
Results… Continue reading
In the sweltering sunshine at the beginning of July we headed to Thornes Park (Wakefield) for the Fleur-de-Lys classic gathering which was very well attended with hundreds of vehicles represented, 15 members parked on the club stand organised by Mick… Continue reading
Thanks to Richard and Jill for organising a joint luncheon run with MGCC Lincolnshire for our July outing. We assembled at the Old Tile Works near Barton for refreshment before we looped south along some very scenic roads to the… Continue reading
Thanks to Chas Hills for filling me in whilst Julie and I were away. We were blessed again with lovely warm weather for our Pride of Ownership meeting. Thirteen fabulous MG’s dating from the 1930’s to the 2000’s brought 20… Continue reading
The forecast was dry, and after all the snow of recent times, we were glad for a good day, even if the skies were leaden and grey. On Easter Sunday 1st April, seventy MG owners registered for the run,… Continue reading
North Yorkshire End of Season Run Saturday 23rd September 2017.
Seventeen cars met up at the Bay Horse Snaygill where information packs were handed out, tea /coffee and a general chat amongst friends before departing for the Lakeland Motor Museum… Continue reading