We have a stand at Sports cars in the Park!
Based at Lotherton Hall a charming Edwardian house and country estate once home to the Gascoigne family. There is something for everyone to enjoy here; from the country house to the bird garden, the gardens, the deer, the cafe and stables, woodland walks and kids playground
I dont see a limit on tickets available, and considering the Abarth crew had 70+ cars booked, id like to hope we can get a good gathering together.
I will even open this up for those not with MINIs too, lets call you our "Support Crew" Just make sure you choose FULL ON MINIs so you can be with the group. I will have the event shelter, banner and club flags with us.
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So I’ve managed to get an order of some REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT key rings. They are limited in numbers mind, and once they land they will be going live in the store.
Black with White lettering
Black with Yellow lettering
Red with White lettering
Green with White lettering
Pink with White lettering
White with Black lettering
Baby Blue with White lettering
Size: About 12.5cm X 2.5cm (4.92'' X 0.98'')
Price: £5.00 each
Get them while you can !
Not had my Cooper S that long. But have been modifying my Son's R50 Cooper over the last 2 years with him. My plans for my Cooper S are to modify it and not keep it standard-got some parts and bits already. It has quite a few BMW options added from new.
Put my private plate on-looks better with it on. Will put more photos up shortly.
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I'm proposing we have a run up to Heartside on the 25th May 2019.
I've thrown together a route based on a few roads I know that's a lot more dynamic than driving up the A69 or A695. It does seem a little bit long (approaching 50 miles one way!) but does promise for some more interesting driving. I'm going to have a look up there today to check that the whole route is MINI friendly 😆
The route back is yet to be decided but will be more straight forward.
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This route would take us 'over the top' via Greenside, Leadgate, Hedley, Broomley, Linnels and Sunnyside through to Langley. And I'm sure you all know the way from Langley to Heartside!
I'm proposing a 9am meeting time at Blaydon McDonald's ready to set off at around 9:30am. We'll have a pit stop and photo shoot at Langley Castle before the blast up to Heartside.
As the Cafe is now.. crispy.. I say we go into Alston and have Fish and Chips before heading back towards home.
Any feedback is welcome, especially on the dynamic route. If you think it would be better to take a more straight forward route there, have your say!
^ Photo stolen from @Kettlepot
DDB Detailing has its 10th birthday this year and they are celebrating with an open day on Saturday 1st June 2019 and it will be awesome!
FOM have been invited to celebrate their 10th Birthday and to raise some money for charity, we get to show off our MINIs and im led to believe there's CAKE too.....who doesnt want cake ?!
I will have more details soon once ive had some more talks with DDB Detailing, but it would be great for us to show our MINIs off in force
Let me know below if you can come
Image courtesy of DDB Detailing