Wednesday 30th January - Peterborough Greyhounds
Note change of date to 30th January.
Join us for another enjoyable evening at the Peterborough Greyhounds at Fengate Stadium, Peterborough, PE1 5XA.
We have reservations for the Raceview Restaurant on their silver menu at £14.50 per head for a 3 course meal with tea/coffee and table service for betting. Reservations must be paid for in advance. Bets are at individuals’ discretion and cost!!
Please email Jenny Overson to book as soon as possible or call her on 01406 258207 / 07736 271113.
Tuesday 12th February - Clubnight visit
Sunday 17th February - Sunday brunch meet at Birchgrove
This is the first Sunday brunch meeting of 2019 and is being held at Birch Grove Garden Centre, Pinchbeck, PE11 3XY. Meet at 10am.
Order on the day but please let event organisers Charles and Celine Cornish know you are coming long. Email them here.
Tuesday 12th March - Clubnight talk by Malcolm Kenwood: BRM
A talk by Bourne Motor Racing Club and SEECCC member Malcolm Kenwood about BRM. Meet from 7.30pm for 8pm start. This evening will be held at The Cley Hall Hotel on High Street, Spalding, PE11 1TX. Loads of good, free parking at the Holland Road car park just 150m away (sat nav post code: PE11 1UL)
All proceeds in aid of Breast Cancer which is Malcolm’s nominated charity: £3 per person on the door.
Sunday 31st March - Sunday brunch meet
A further Sunday breakfast meet: full details to follow. PLEASE SAVE THE DATE.
Sunday 9th June - SEECCC Annual Classic Car Run 2019
This year our 22nd Annual Classic Car Run will follow a circuitous route through pleasant Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire & Northamptonshire countryside on mainly rural roads, finishing at Burghley. The start will be at Waterside Garden Centre at Baston, near Bourne, PE6 9JY where entrants will be welcomed with tea, coffee and biscuits. Registration will open at 9am, with cars leaving from ~9.45am. Our lunch halt will be at Burghley Park Golf Club, PE9 3JX on the west side of the Burghley estate. The event will then continue with an afternoon loop before finishing at Burghley House at Stamford, PE9 3JY. Total mileage for the day is around 85 miles.
The magnificent 16th century Tudor Burghley House is the home of the Marquess & Marchioness of Exeter and has been the the Cecil family’s home for over sixteen generations having been built by William Cecil, Queen Elizabeth I’s Lord High Treasurer.
Your entry fee includes reserved parking and entry to the gardens and grounds, including a tea room.
Full details and an entry form can be accessed here: SEECCC ANNUAL RUN 2019 Burghley House