Sunday 14th July 2013
Mid Lincs Rover Club - East Kirkby Aviation Heritage Centre
P6 Rover Owners Club will be at this fantastic event
Entry form printed in February 2013 P6 News or available at www.midlincsroverclub.co.uk
Sunday 21st July 2013
The Great Eastern Rally run by the Daimler and Lanchester Owners Club. FREE Event invitation to a Classic vehicle gathering at Ingatestone Hall, Ingatestone, Essex, CM9 4NR, 10.00am - 5.00pm. Includes Classic, Vintage, Veteran vehicles and Autojumblers. Free parking for entrants, Autojumblers and visitors. No pre booking is necessary. Contact Adrian Hanwell Tel: 01723 341498.
Sunday 4th August 2013
P6 Rover Owners Club National Show
50th Anniversary of the Rover P6
Waddesdon Manor, Aylesbury, Bucks
Rally entry fee £7.00 per vehicle and includes free entry to the gardens and other outside areas for the Driver + 1 Passenger (pre-booked entries).
Open to all Rovers, other Classics
and Modern Vehicles.
Entry into the main house will be at a discounted rate on the day.
Children (16 and under) and National Trust members have FREE entry to Waddesdon.
01484 413608 or
Click for further details and Entry Form
The P6ROC are looking to have in excess of 150 vehicles on display in front of the manor including some rare and historic P6’s. Spare parts and Club regalia will be available, a huge tombola and excellent raffle prizes. Entrants are permitted to bring their own parts for sale. Wins International will also be at our National Show with many parts for sale.
If there is anything you need you can save the postage by pre-ordering your requirement with Geoff Unwin on 01342 327018 or email: email@example.com
One of England’s most prestigious venues will be hosting the P6 Rover Owners Club National Show as we celebrate 50 years of the Rover P6. Waddesdon Manor in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire is one of Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild’s National Trust properties and the turreted chateau is as relevant today as it was in the late 19th century.
Waddesdon Manor has a fine collection from Old Dutch Masters to fine French porcelain,
a tour of Ferdinand de Rothschild’s art collection is one of the many highlights for any visitor. The collection has been lovingly restored and preserved, with a wide variety of contemporary works added.
There’s something magical about Waddesdon’s Victorian landscaped gardens. Each turn of the pathway reveals a surprise with stunning floral displays, beautiful marble sculptures or views that stretch as far as the eye can see. Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild created a garden of beauty and wonder in the late 19th century. The gardens are renowned for their treasures and with acres of landscaped grounds to explore and the collection of garden sculptures has also been enriched, with the addition of works by contemporary artists.
One of the most unusual features of the garden is the Aviary that was finished in 1889.
The structure is made of cast iron, and is painted and gilded in the style of a rococo
trelliswork pavilion. This is a rare example of a working aviary housed in an historical structure, restored to its full beauty and stocked with colourful birds including a few rare species. Waddesdon are very proud of their own captive breeding programme and they also support conservation in the wild.
There are plenty of delights to discover and adventures to be had at every twist and turn, including the Aviary garden, Aviary Glade, Baron’s Walk, Carpet bedding, Daffodil Valley, Frog Fountain, Miss Alice’s Drive, Parterre & Fountains, Rose Gardens, Tropical Mound, Tulip Patch, Water Gardens, Wildlife Interpretation Trail and the Woodland Playground.
There is something for everyone including several cafes and restaurants, toy and sweets shops, gifts, jewellery, homewares, furniture, fine food and wine shop, plant centre, contemporary art galleries, to name a few attractions.
Come and enjoy a prestigious friendly family day with the P6 Rover Owners Club.
Sunday 11th August 2013
The White Dove Collectors Transport Show, Kingsley Sports Ground, Sickles Lane, Kingsley, near Bordon, Hampshire. GU35 9PD. Last year’s show helped us raise £12,000 for the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. Join us again and be one of 600 plus entries; classic cars, motorcycles, commercials and military vehicles. There are numerous classes for any unique, modified or interesting bikes and vehicles, with trophies awarded to the winners. Motorcycle ride out, live musical entertainment, barbecue, Club House facilities,trade stands, autojumble. Entry form available on website www.whitedoveevents.org.uk
Sunday 15th September 2013
The 15th St Mary's Catholic School Motor Show. We are a small group of volunteers who organise a growing Motor Show each year to raise funds for our school. Its free to enter, you just need to complete the registration form and you can be guaranteed a great day out. There are trophies to be won for best in show, best utility, best motorcycle and best American vehicle. For more info visit: www.stmarysmotorshow.co.uk
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