TVR Car Club special offer for May (subject to stock) TVR Ever The Extrovert – hardback TVR history by Russell Hayes 157 page full colour history of TVR from Trevor’s humble beginnings to the end of the road in 2006. We have secured a number of signed copies for TVRCC members £19.99 includes 2nd class UK delivery per book – limited to two per member, subject to availability. See below for more details,or contact club office for purchase
TVR Ever The Extrovert – Russell Hayes – published by Haynes.
Full colour 157 page hardback – From Trevor Wilkinson’s specials to the astonishing Sagaris, this meticulously researched and generously illustrated book tells the whole colourful story. Each major model series is covered, supported by design and development stories from people who were there, technical data, real-world driving impressions and buying hints complied with the help of experts steeped in the cars. The TVR story is an automotive soap opera, with extraordinary characters, setbacks and triumphs. Born in a British seaside town adrift from the traditional motor industry, the company developed a reputation for fearsome road cars and an enviable track presence.
We are planning a run to CITP on the 18th of May. Tickets can be bought at a discounted price on line at http://www.carsinthepark.org.uk/index.php The cost for a car and driver is £6 and for 2 people it is £12.
Newby Hall is near Ripon and the post code is HG4 5AJ. Cars are allowed on site from 9:30 onwards. My sat nav tells me it is 77 miles from Wrea Green and will take 2 hrs going via the A59.
The web site for the Hall and gardens is
I propose we leave from the Tickled Trout in Preston at 8:00am
Tasmin 14″ lattice wheels with Toyo R1 225/40/R14 tyres
Refurbished 7J x 14 inch diameter lattice wheels finished in silver, fitted with Toyo proxes T1R tyres. The tyres are as new and have covered less than 50 miles. I have fitted a new gearbox and differential and the tyres are now too small and the gearing is too low. Collection from Wrea Green or postage at cost to the buyer.
Tel David on 01772 671549 (Preston)
HUEY 509/LOACH 011
HELICOPTER HANGAR OPEN DAY
Wesham House Farm
Fleetwood Road, Wesham, Nr Preston PR4 3HD
SATURDAY 31ST MAY 2014
We are delighted to announce another chance to visit our hangar.
This is a great opportunity to see our hangar and learn the history of these iconic helicopters, see memorabilia of both these and other aircraft and view footage of the restoration process and the moment our Huey 509 was reunited with some of its original pilots from the Vietnam War.
Get up close to the aircraft – our crew will be on hand to answer questions and you will be very welcome to take photographs and sit in the cockpit.
• We have a new fun quiz for the children so this is a real family event.
• There will be a free raffle – the lucky winner will sit in the co-pilot’s seat of one of the helicopters while ground running (weather permitting).
• Should you wish to purchase a souvenir of your visit, our Huey shop will be open – take a look at our website shop to see what is on offer.
Please purchase your tickets on-line at http://www.huey.co.uk/shop or phone Sue Holden or Becky Pickford on 01772 687775 to register your interest.
Admission is by advanced ticket purchase only as numbers are restricted.
Children: (16 & under): £3.50
NB. We regret that there are no disabled facilities at this venue.
PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.HUEY.CO.UK AND SIGN OUR GUESTBOOK – ALWAYS APPRECIATED AND HELPS THE CAUSE! PLEASE SUPPORT THE NORTH WEST AIR AMBULANCE WWW.NWAA.NET
Last year Warings Buildings of Wrea Green organised a car show on the Village Green, they are holding a similar event again on Sunday the 1st June from 1 to 3 pm. They are asking again for a £10 donation per entry which will go to Trinity Hospice.
In addition they are having a raffle costing £5 per ticket for a superb prize as follows.
The winner will have the oppertunity to attend the Goodwood Revival held on the 12th/14th Sept on the day of your choice.
You will be a member of the team running the iconic BRM/261, formally driven by the late Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart, in the Glover Trophy race for Formula one cars from 1961 to 1965.
Included will be lunch and afternoon tea with the team in the Drivers enclosure mingling with your motorsport heroes from the past.
Whilst these tickets may be sold at the car show on the day, to avoid disapointment as the tickets will be limited,you may purchase them in advance.
Cheques can be returned along with your entry forms and you will then be forwarded your “lucky tickets”. Please make the cheques payable to Trinity Hospice.
The draw will take place at the show and will be made by a civic dignitary.
Entry forms can be copied from the “whats coming up page” of this website.
Because the events are now coming thick and fast I have added a new page giving details of, attendees and start times for coming events.