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Dear MG Car Club Yorkshire Centre Members.
I understand that at this time of year you will be concentrating on Christmas, but I would like you to join us at the Bridge Hotel & Spa, for the MG Car Club Yorkshire Centre Annual Awards Lunch, on Sunday 23rd February 2020.
The location is as last year: The Bridge Hotel & Spa, at Walshford, Wetherby, LS22 5HS. Situated between Junctions 46 and 47 off the A1. Chosen so our Yorkshire Members can drive to the venue, in comparative ease and as near central as we can.
For those of you who have not been, the food is excellent, we have our own bar in the Walshford Suite, to the side in the Dining Room.
Access is round the side of the main car park and to the left of the main Reception Desk.
Please arrive around 12:30am, as lunch will be served at 1pm.
The cost will be £21 per head, for a three course meal with tea or coffee and mints after.
There is no need to select your requirements in advance; you choose on the day from the menu below. Wine for your table can be pre-ordered in the bar area on your arrival.
I do hope we can have a good attendance, a chance to get all natters together, providing a great opportunity to get to know others or connect with like-minded MG enthusiasts in the Yorkshire Centre, whilst chatting over a lovely meal and enjoying the tipple of your taste.
All you need to do NOW is send me the names of the people attending along with a cheque payable to MGCC Yorkshire Centre for £21 per head. Also payment can be made via bank transfer, see details after the Menu. If there are any special dietary requirements please let me know by email.
Accommodation is available (B&B); at a cost is £100 for a Room. If you wish to stay, contact the Hotel direct and say you’re attending the MGCC lunch on the 23rd February 2020, so don’t delay.
Please telephone: 01937 580556 or 543305 to confirm your booking. My contact is Marisa Mundy the Sales Manager, who agreed this great discount rate.
This year we will have a new Director from the MG Car Club coming to present the Trophies:
Lorraine Noble-Thompson has taken over from George Wilder.
George will stay on at Kimber House, working on projects, but Lorraine is now our point of contact. Many of you may know her from her superb organising skills, with regard to a number of MG Car Club Caledonian Centre events.
As I mentioned; it would be lovely to get as many people from the Natters to the lunch as possible.
If you have any issues with regard to the Kimber House Head Office, I’m sure Lorraine would like to hear them.
Yes I know the event is on the 23rd February 2020, but time just fly’s by, so please book your place NOW!
I was only discussing with a friend, how next year will be 20 years since the Millennium. Where did those 20 years go!!!
Colin Brear, Chairman MG Car Club Yorkshire Centre and North Yorkshire Natter Leader.
PS Please don’t delay, book your place and room if required now, I’m sure you will enjoy the event.
PPS Sorry if I have not come to your Natter as yet, we are having one of those years!
Miriam’s Knee Replacement of 5 years failed, broke her leg and required a further replacement.
Miriam retired in March, by early May her Mother started with Alzheimer’s which seems to
have taken up our time. A terrible disease!
We will see you in 2020, as soon as we can.
Yorkshire Centre AGM
MG Car Club Speed Hillclimb
Leave the A1 at J45 and take the A659 westwards towards Otley. Follow the A659 (signed for Harewood House) through Collingham (bear right at the lights). Harewood Hillclimb is on your righthand side in about 3 miles. LS17 9LA
MG CAR CLUB YORKSHIRE CENTRE
THE DAFFODIL RUN
SUNDAY 19th APRIL 2020
The event will again be supporting the charity MARIE CURIE CANCER CAREThe event will be starting off from:
Fox Valley Retail Park
Fox Valley Way
South Yorkshire Transport Museum
The aim is to set off from Fox Valley by 10.00am and arrive at the finish South Yorkshire Transport Museum by 2.00pm latest for hot drinks, refills, scone, jam and butter plus the vintage bus ride
The routes will as well as roads in Yorkshire take in roads within the Peak District giving the opportunity for a taster visits to:
The village suffered the bubonic plague in 1665; the villagers set an extraordinary and enduring example of self sacrifice by sealing off the village from the surrounding areas to prevent the disease spreading. Visit the small museum or walk a short distance to Eyam Hall, The Plague Cottages & Church.
Castleton is a beautiful village situated at the head of Hope Valley in the heart of the Peak District National Park. The village is popular for its show caves, history, shops and the route will take in the famous Winnats Pass.
South Yorkshire Transport Museum
The Museum is currently home to around 50 vehicles including buses, cars, military vehicles, a tramcar body, and vehicles under restoration, models and exhibits.
The entry fee includes the route book, rally plaque, entrance to The South Yorkshire Transport Museum plus a vintage bus ride and any hot drink with refills, scone with butter & jam
Entry Forms: www.mgccyorkshire.co.uk Members: £20 Non Members: £25