Sunday 6th September - Open-air breakfast meet – take 2
SEECCC is delighted to invite you for a repeat “open-air breakfast” on Sunday, 6th September. As at our recent August event, we have arranged for us to gather at New Lodge Farm, Bulwick, for bacon rolls and coffee at 10.00 am.
Set in beautiful countryside in the heart of the Rockingham forest and Northamptonshire countryside just outside the 17th century village of Bulwick. See www.newlodgefarm.co.uk
You’re welcome to go direct or join our small convoy leaving The Vista, Churchgate, Spalding, PE11 2RA at 9.15 am prompt.
Find New Lodge on Laxton Road, Bulwick, NN17 3DU – signposted just off the A43 between Stamford and Corby.
Bacon rolls (which we need to pre-order) and coffee – £5.95 per person
Spaces are limited and expected to fill fast, so please book straight away, either call Joy on 01775 723856 or email her.
COMING UP: EVENTS MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE THE CURRENT POSITION WITH COVID-19: PLEASE REVISIT THIS PAGE FOR LATEST INFORMATION
There is unfortunately no clubnight on 11 August.
West Acre Jazz Picnic: 22 AUGUST 2020
SORRY FULLY BOOKED
Runs from 12 noon till 3.00 pm.
Organised by Joy Mann on 01775 723856 or email here.
Postponed Spring Trip to Derbyshire rearranged
SEPTEMBER 2020 Losehill House Hotel trip – 3 nights from Monday, Sep 21st – kindly organised by Jenny and Trev Overson …and not to be missed! The Peak District is beautiful and Losehill is absolutely fabulous, hence the return booking after a fabulous time in 2019. Also, they are completely geared up to ensure a safe return to “normality”. See www.losehillhouse.co.uk for reassurance. It’s a privately owned hotel with a friendly team and fine dining. Jenny and Trev still have space, please call Jenny asap on 07736 271113 if you fancy treating yourselves.
See details of open-air breakfast on 6 Sept elsewhere.
page updated 2.8..20
Full details of individual events will appear on our Events page and in the monthly newsletter.
Our 2020 Calendar is now available; please contact Joy Mann for your copy, although for obvious reasons a significant part of that programme is now unlikely to take place.
Thanks to all who supported this visit. Thanks also to Craig Fowler for facilitating the visit and to Julia and the team at Ayscoughfee for looking after us so well.
Great to see so many members at the talk by Patrick Limming, our very own ‘Accidental Shopkeeper’. We raised £69.50 for Alzheimer’s Research.
Thanks to everyone who supported the quiz night organised by Adrian & Caroline Cunnington which raised £60 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association
Thanks to all who attended the AGM on 3rd December and, later in the month, the Christmas Lunch at Toft.
Thanks to all 40 members who supported the clubnight fish and chip supper at the Boundary.
Message from Joy Mann
As I’m sure you’re already aware, many of us are having to keep a very low profile due to coronavirus but the good news is that Matt Hancock says I should be allowed out in August!
Understandably, all SEECCC events have been postponed for some time and remain so until we can assure your safety in getting us back on track. In the interim, your monthly Newsletter will still fall into your inbox. If you have any interesting snippets, motoring memories / pics to share or perhaps a tale to recount we would be extremely grateful; thanks to those who have already contributed. Please email our newsletter editor, Adrian Cunnington, email@example.com
We are hoping, fingers crossed, we will be able to finalise arrangements for some club events very soon. I am fairly optimistic we’ll go ahead with Jenny & Trev Overson’s Jazz Picnic on August 2nd and with Phil & Jean Treversh’s run out and BBQ on August 11th. The organisers are in talks with the venues and we are currently awaiting confirmation. Social distancing will be key on both but as we are looking at outdoor settings I feel we can be hopeful.
If anyone has any ideas for suitable venues we can use for an evening / weekend run out and possibly take our own picnic please do let me know. Toilet facilities would be a major consideration!
As September is also fast approaching, I must mention our Losehill House Hotel trip – 3 nights from Monday, Sep 21st – kindly organised by Jenny and Trev Overson …and not to be missed! This will now sound as if I am on commission but the Peak District is beautiful and Losehill is absolutely fabulous, hence the return booking. Also, they are completely geared up to ensure a safe return to “normality”. See www.losehillhouse.co.uk for reassurance. It’s a privately owned hotel with a friendly team and fine dining. Jenny and Trev still have space, please call Jenny asap on 07736 271113 if you fancy treating yourselves.
So, please stay in touch and keep checking your inbox and this website for any updates. In the meantime, look after yourselves and do let us know if you have any flashes of inspiration for forthcoming outings or events.
Joy Mann, Chair, SEECCC
Updated on 3 July 2020
SEECCC members have also been invited to the following event(s) not organised by our Club:
Please check local websites for information; all events will currently be affected by Covid-19.
REGULAR CLASSIC CAR MEETS
Bluebell Inn, Whaplode St Catherine, PE12 6SN. 01406 540300. First Wednesday of the month from May. Meet from 5pm.
Langrick Station Café, Main Rd, Langrick, Boston PE22 7AH. Meeting is every 3rd Sunday of the month – for breakfast.
Willow Brook Classic Vehicle Meet, Helpston, PE6 7EL. Meet on the second Wednesday of each month April-September from 5.30pm. More.
CLASSIC CAR RUNS
19th July – King’s Lynn & DMC 43rd Annual Classic Car Rally sponsored by Anglia Car Auctions and in aid of NARS. Postponed to 2021.
Next Committee meeting
No date scheduled currently.
An open-air meeting was held on 21 July at Spalding!
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