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Yorkshire region monthly meeting (5 replies)

Miniholic
9 years ago
Miniholic 9 years ago
Miniholic
9 years ago
Miniholic 9 years ago

The Yorkshire region of the MCR meets on the third Tuesday of the month at the Fox & Grapes public House, which is situated on the A64 between Tadcaster and Leeds, a few miles west of the A1M (LS15 4NJ for SatNav users). Meetings start at 8pm.

The region will be attending a number of local and national shows and events and intend to get out there and enjoy our Minis. During the sunnier months we plan to use our monthly meets as an opportunity to explore the Mini friendly roads of God's county rather than just sit in the pub.

Despite being newly formed, we already have quite a few regular attendees and look forward to welcoming more.

DaveShreeve
9 years ago
DaveShreeve 9 years ago

[quote=Miniholic;127086]During the sunnier months .....[/quote]

Are these booked? When?:D

niall9311
9 years ago
niall9311 9 years ago

Welcome to the forum Yorkshire, we look forward to forging closer links with our nearest neighbour. 😉

Niall Cook.
Newcastle & Durham Region.

Miniholic
9 years ago
Miniholic 9 years ago

[quote=DaveShreeve;127107]Are these booked? When?:D[/quote]

Well, we are in a drought so you never know.

[quote=niall9311;127114]Welcome to the forum Yorkshire, we look forward to forging closer links with our nearest neighbour. 😉

Niall Cook.
Newcastle & Durham Region.[/quote]

Look forward to it Niall. We were talking about the Bolton Abbey meet you did last year, so maybe something similar if the dates match.

I'm sure James will be along soon with some ideas, Croft is on the agenda.

Ian

gelertd
9 years ago
gelertd 9 years ago

If anyone in the Yorkshire region (or anywhere else) is thinking of attending a Yorkshire meet - just go - we went to our first at the April meeting (a round trip of 130 miles for us), thoroughly enjoyed it and were made most welcome.

Looking forward to the Squires Cafe meet in May.

Steve and Kathryn

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