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Events Next Weekend


PCGB Honorary Member
For those of you that fancy a drive and lunch next Sunday 7th April, we have been invited to join R22 in their run from Settle to Kirkby Stephen.

R22 member Andy Beagle has kindly organised one of his famous runs for our Region. If you would like to attend can you please email with car details and how many passengers.

Details of the Run:
Meet at Whitefriars car park, Settle (BD24 9JD), next to Coop petrol station at 10am.
Leave car park turn left.
Next right follow B6479 for Horton in Ribblesdale.
Through village at T junction at Ribblehead Viaduct turn right B6255 for Hawes.
At T junction turn right A684 for Aysgarth.
In Hawes turn right for Gayle and Wensleydale Creamery (DL8 3RN).
Turn left into car park stop for refreshments.
Leave car park turn right. At T junction turn left A684 for Sedbergh.
At T junction turn right A683 for Kirkby Stephen.
At the T junction turn right A685 for Kirkby Stephen.
Once in Kirkby Stephen mini roundabout turn left on Silver Street.
Climb the small hill past the public car park.
At Kirkby Stephen Grammar School turn left into the school grounds.
Park in the school yard (CA17 4HA).
From there we will walk back to Beagle's for dinner.

Distance of the drive 55 miles.

Any questions regarding the run please - phone 07944912264 Andy Beagle.

If you are not doing this drive there is also the usual Car & Coffee Breakfast at Charity Farm

Near Wrightington
from 8.30 on 7th April. See as well as Facebook. Always a big turnout of sports and classic cars.

In my last MailChimp newsletter I asked members to let me know if they wanted to attend the R18 members Night at Porsche centre Preston on Wednesday 24th April. So far I have had only 8 responses to attend. PC Preston require these numbers to allow them to provide sufficient catering. Please reply to me ASAP, as if we don’t get sufficient numbers we, and PC Preston, will cancel the event. Reply to by 14th April

More events will be in my next MaliChimp Newsletter

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