Spalding & East Elloe Classic Car Club

Spalding & East Elloe Classic Car Club

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Events

Sunday 31st March - Sunday brunch meet

A Sunday breakfast meet at the White Horse at Baston: full details here. Please book with Adrian & Caroline Cunnington by email to acunnington@seeccc.co.uk or call 07970 072260.

Sunday 28th April - Drive It Day Run 2019

Full details of our Drive It Day Run for 2019 are now available here: DID promo 2019-1

This year we are heading south to Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire. We start at The Tulip Queen in Spalding, PE12 6AE gathering at 10am. Those requiring breakfast are encouraged to arrive earlier so that we can all depart by 10.30am.  We will have lunch at the Coach House at Potton, SG19 2NP (where pre-ordered lunches will be available from 12 noon) and will finish our run at Stotfold Watermill, near Letchworth, SG5 4NU.

Steve Saunders and Liz Bollons are once again kindly organising the day’s events for us. Entries & lunch orders (lunch menu here) to Steve & Liz please by calling 01406 424735 or by email to ssaunders@eemc.co.uk

 

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