Hi Guys we have started planning this seasons events. here are the provisional dates and the locations. Karl is doing his logistical magic and we will post up more information once we have finalised the detail.
We have tried to spread the events so they match our membership clusters so please try to come and meet us if we are close by.
7th March 2019
Tour of the Staffordshire Forest
6th April 2019
Tour of Belgium, Holland and Germany
14th April 2019
National Coal Mining Museum Overton Yorkshire
6th May 2019
Castle Ashby Car Show (in conjunction with ukcrossfire owners)
19th May 2019
Tour of Worcestershire
2nd 2019 June
Classic and Performance Car Show at Tatton Park
16th June 2019
Fathers Day event at Castle Howard
21st July 2019
Tour of Jedburgh and the Scottish Borders (Starts and Finishes in Jedburgh)
17th – 18th August 2019
Tour of Snowdon and Menai Straits, (the AGM will be the Saturday evening at a Hotel to be confirmed)
After our highly enjoyable Coast to Coast run earlier in the year some of us called in at the Waterwheel Cafe on our way home and very nice it was to.
So what about getting together at 12.30 on the 16th December for a catch up and a spot of Christmas Lunch before the festivities begin.
The menu looks delicious and it is not outrageously priced. So what you need to do next is
Let me know if you are attending and if so can you send me a £5.00 deposit per person via PayPal at the link paypal.me/johndeccles or if you prefer send me a cheque through the post Message me for details.
Choose from the menu below and let me have your choices asap because they are getting busy with bookings leading up to Christmas. They need our provisional figures before Friday 16th November 2018 the latest.
So here is the menu.
It will be great to catch up with everyone before we hibernate for the winter.
The Waterwheel Tearooms and Bistro, Barn Hill Farm, Howden, East Yorkshire DN14 7JP.
Best wishes to you and your loved ones over the Christmas holidays. I hope Santa brings you what you want and not what you need and please spare a thought for people less fortunate that yourselves. (and I don’t mean people who don’t drive Crossfires)!
So let’s hope the new year is kind to us all and let’s try to meet up in the flesh at least once.
Please let us know of events near to you so we can spread the joy around a little.
Just recieved an email about the show next weekend and guess what we are in the listings of the clubs attending.
Thats a first for us and if you read the list we are in some pretty exclusive company.
So lets hope mr sunshine decides to play and we have a great day. Look out for the event report later next week. If anyone fancies it you can still arrive on the day before 11.00 and pay the normal show admission. The more the merrier.
Ladies and Gentlemen of the British Crossfires Group I am pleased to announce that we are now members of the Motor Sports Association.
This process has taken over twelve months of ensuring that we have structures in place that ensure that your interests as members are protected.
As part of the process we are now also members of the ANWCC the Association of North West Car Clubs. For membership of the ANWCC Karl had to attend their AGM and deliver a talk on our cars and the group.
John Eccles has been working hard on the website britishcrossfires.co.uk and there will soon be a link where you can fill in a membership form if you wish to do so. There will be NO subscription , membership is FREE and is open to all members of the Facebook Group whether you are a Crossfire owner or not.
Our ethos will remain the same in that we will be organising Social Touring events and basically carry on as normal fund raising through the odd raffle and charging minimal entry fees for events to cover the costs of items such as rally plates and route books.
There are several advantages to Joining the MSA such as Public Liability Insurance and the opportunities to attend free courses such as Marshalling and other Motor related skills.
There is a periodical magazine called the Spotlight which is produced by the ANWCC which is a great read and informs you of events in the North West but the MSA website itself will let you know of groups which will be covering events in your area.
We will inform you also by email of any upcoming MSA events and British Crossfire events.
It is worth mentioning that British Crossfires are the only MSA recognised Chrysler Crossfire Club in the United Kingdom
The event is on Sunday 26th August and lockdown is at 11am For those attending tickets for a car and passenger are £4.00.
Attendees need to email either Karl or myself stating they wish to attend along with their home address as the tickets will be posted out to you.
We will all be meeting up at Morrisons Supermarket car park in Ripon between 9am and 10am which will give time to get breakfast and a tea/coffee. We will then drive in convoy to the venue , Ripon racecourse.
We have to be onsite before 11am as the site is then locked down and no vehicle movements allowed.
The Post Code for Morrisons is HG4 2SB , the racecourse is HG4 1UG.
For tickets please email
John Eccles at firstname.lastname@example.org
Karl Edmondson at email@example.com
This is a tour of the South Cotswolds where we will meet up at 10.00am at the Ship Inn at Brimscombe from where we will set off on the tour using route books. The journey will take about two and a half hours. The start and finish point is the same so we will have time afterwards to drive to Bourton on the Water or Tottington steam railway.
Please let Karl know ASAP if you are attending then he can get the Route books printed.
What a great weekend we all had. From arriving at Dover through to getting back into our house we never stopped laughing.
Day One – Calais – Arras – Laon
The first scheduled stop on the trip was Arras for a lunch stop . Those ever so nice Scenic Tours guys had reserved parking for us in the towns old square, so along with 200 other cars we had lunch and a catch up in the brilliant sunshine.