Email from Yorkley Fete - If anyone is interested in showing vehicles - please make contact with the club - firstname.lastname@example.org or Mark Wheeler - email@example.com Dear Sir,
The trustees of Yorkley Community Centre are looking to revive the village fete
this coming summer with June 20th as the proposed date. As well as providing a
weekend of events for the community we hope to raise money to renovate the
skate park for the youngsters of the village and provide state of the art audio
equipment for the hall.
We would like ask you if some of your members ( if they're not competing that
weekend) would be happy to come and display their competition cars as one of
the attractions? A static display of your cars would appeal to many adults and
children and would be a little different for most fetes.
If you can help us we would be really grateful.
Of course if you can help details of providing suitable display arrangements
could be discussed nearer the date.
I look forward to hearing from you,
you to all who have already rejoined the club for 2020 and to those who caught
up with us at the Orepool Inn last week, for those who are still needing to
join the motor club for upcoming events don't forget you can join online on the membership tab above.
would also like to take this opportunity to tell you about 2 things;
Ross Motor Club has supported the Forest of Dean Motor Club and the Wyedean
Rally for many years now and they are in need of our help, they are in
desperate need for Marshals for the upcoming Ross Traders event taking place at
Caerwent Saturday 1st February, if you are able to help please get in contact
with Graham Watt - firstname.lastname@example.org please take this opportunity to give back to the sport we all love, all help is
greatly appreciated and events as you know can not run with out Marshall's!!
HRCR we have invited us to attend some of their events this year, the first 2
on the agenda are...
24th 19:30, Palace Cinema, Cinderford - Film Night
23rd 19:30, Bespoke Brewery Visit, Unit 5 The Mews, Mitcheldean
for The forest of Dean Motor Club Members we are trying to organise something a
little special, but you will need to let us know if you can attend or not...
15th April 19:30 a Visit to Jacob Engineering, for a tour and a look at the
restoration of the Ex Bruce McLaren, Type 73 Works Cooper Formula 1 Car.
1500cc Coventry Climax engine
register any interest in these events please get in contact as soon as
is to a great year
of Dean Motor Club
Dixes Challenge Rally 2020 Organiser meetings start Wednesday 21st January at the Tredegar Arms in Shirenewton 8pm if you want to get involved with the event or if you just want to help on the day or day before let the club know - email@example.com
Forest of Dean Motor Club - Members Renewal Evening Thursday 23rd Jan 8pm at the Orepool Inn GL16 8DL There will be a Committee only meeting prior to this so if you have any questions that you would like raised please email them in or make contact with a committee member - firstname.lastname@example.org
Many acknowledge that the 1960 RAC rally saw the first real loose surface special stage in the UK. At Monument Hill in Scotland, the RAC organisers hinted at a new direction, away from the public road navigational challenges of old. The two-mile test of rough, loose track set the pattern for future events, and Erik Carlsson and Stuart Turner showed the world how they should be driven.
60 years on from that pivotal event, historic rallying is now a multidisciplinary sport, with much to offer. From road rallying with its regularity challenges and driving tests, to flat-out forest and tarmac stages, and from bucolic scenic tours to the intensity of sprint and hillclimb speed events, the Historic Rally Car Register (HRCR) celebrates this diversity.
So, for the 2020 HRCR Open Day, visitors will be encouraged to explore three distinct halls; ‘Speed’, ‘Stage’, and ‘Road and Tour’. Each dedicated area will be packed with event organisers and equipment suppliers offering advice and help, and each will have dedicated HRCR expertise on hand to guide visitors to the HRCR Championship that’s right for them.
Preparation is, of course, essential to success. Throughout the day a series of short forums will explore car and personal preparation, together with advice and tips for those new to each discipline. Each forum will be supported by examples of genuine cars competing today, so visitors can really see what’s involved.
Forest of Dean members attend Gaydon HRCR Open Day