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Fotrhcoming Evenst that need PRE-BOOKING

We have a number of events coming up in the near future, some of which require pre-booking
Here is a selection
Pre-BOOK - Sunday         17th March         Visit to Liverpool Anglican Cathedral + Lunch. Meet at 11.45 at the Cathedral car park  Contact Norman Jones to book on e-mail:- (M) 07714 210000
Wednesday       20th March – Monthly Meeting - Garstang Golf Club 19.45.  This is our Annual New Members Night and the speaker is Michael Leach from  Kellock’s Solicitors who will be talking about motoring law as well as some interesting cases.
Pre-BOOK Wednesday 20th March Visit to 992 Launch at Porsche Centre, Bolton.
"Porsche Centre Bolton would like to invite members of the region 18 Owners Club to our Porsche 911 preview event, being held at our Porsche Centre on Wednesday 20 March from 7:00pm.
The new 911 once again raises the bar for sporting performance, combining dynamic design, intelligent engineering and exceptional connectivity. With enhanced Porsche performance at its heart and intuitive new assistance systems, the new 911 remains true to its original philosophy: a timeless, iconic, everyday sports car.
If you would like to attend this exclusive preview event, please email<> to confirm your place, quoting the reference number – ‘992R18 + your membership number’
Sunday 24th March – Breakfast meeting 8.30 – The Phantom Winger, Fulwood, next to the IBIS  Hotel on M6/M55 Junction
14th April            PCGB AGM – Cornbury House – Details in Porsche Post
Wednesday 17th April – Monthly meeting – Tim Dryburgh from Leyland Valeting Services about his company who valets F1 cars.  In addition he is an organiser of Leyland Festival Supercar display area and we have been allocated 10 places for this event on Saturday 15th April PRE_BOOKING essential and I have the booking forms.
Thursday 18th April – Classic Car Meeting – The Bridge Tearooms at Wray, near L Kirkby Lonsdale – 18.30 onwards
PRE-BOOK -  21st April – Easter Sunday Classic Car Meeting – Shackletons Garden Centre, Chatburn.  Contact Lisa Fothergill at Lloyds Group on,
  • Name of the driver,
  • Vehicle Description
  • Registration Number
  • Drivers e-mail
  • Drivers Telephone No
You will not be able to park on the display without booking
PRE-BOOK – Sunday 28th April – “National Drive-It Day” The FBHCC ask all classic car clubs to try and organise a drive out on the day throughout the  UK.  We have been unable to organise one ourselves but have been invited to the Lancashire Automobile Club event instead.  This is their “St Georges Day” event and an entry form can be found on the website or direct at
   There is a small entry fee.
PRE-BOOK - 3rd -5th May Donnington Historic Race Meeting.    Booking details to get a discount can be found in March Porsche Post Page 14.  Several R18 members are driving down on the Sunday.  Contact me if you would like to join us.  This offer will soon be closing     
PRE-BOOK 27th May Mawdesley Classic Car Show.  There is a scenic drive prior to the event if you wish.  Go to and look for the event and to download a booking form, or go direct to [link=][/link] for full information
Pre-Book – 26th – 28th July Silverstone Classic Race Meeting PCG  Have a large display area but you need to get infield parking tickets.  See Page 14, March Porsche Post for discount code for all tickets  This offer will soon be closing.
PRE-BOOK Sunday 10th August -  Classics in the Park, Miller Park Preston.  This is a free event but entry numbers are ,limited.  Previously this has only been open to pre-2000 car but we have negotiated that Porsches of any age can enter.  e-mail Capt. David Thorpe on for an entry form
An updated events calendar will soon be released.  Please contact me if you want one

David Baker
Regional Organiser R18

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