Photos from our Breakfast Meet October 2018

It was a bit chilly this morning; 4°C when Ken Druce and I left the Blandford area for the Section’s first “official” move to Henstridge Golf and Leisure for our Breakfast and Lunch Meets.

Despite the cold weather, we had a good turnout of members: some on bikes, some in cars.  And, as usual, most of us nattered away for a couple of hours while eating breakfast and drinking teas & coffees. A nice way to start the weekend!

If anyone wants to know what “The Dorset Cortina” is….ask Paul Miles 🙂

Christmas Lunch 2018 : Reserve Your Place!

Click The Menu!

Our Christmas Lunch takes place at Henstridge Golf and Leisure on Sunday 16th December 2018 12:30 for 13:00.  If you would like to come, please note the following.

1. There is a maximum of 40 places, so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

2. Click on the image to the left to see the full menu, or download the PDF version here. Note, there is a 2 course or 3 course option with different prices.  Choose from the menu!

3. To reserve one or more places, please contact our Treasurer, John Adams, on 01963 251890 or at  jjads44@gmail.com.  When contacting John, please let him know your menu choices.

4. You must pay John by Sunday 18th November at the latest; the Club Quiz Night on the 14th November would be the best time.  Cash or cheque payable to “VMCC Dorset Section” please.

Photos from the Autumn Run 2018

Mike Ward's BSA
Mike Ward’s BSA

Is there something magical about this run?  Is Roger Gillard some kind of Sun King a.k.a. King Louis XIV?  Last year, we had brilliant weather and yesterday, there wasn’t a cloud in sky. 🙂

The only disappointment for me was that a few of us from the Blandford area decided to get up early and stop off at Henstridge Golf and Leisure for a spot of breakfast before continuing to Sherborne for the start of the run. Only they weren’t serving breakfast, but we did manage to get some toast out of them. Moral of the story: phone Henstridge a few days before to let them know you’d like breakfast.

Thank you Roger for a great day.

At Sherborne:
At Haynes Motor Museum: