Events Update from your Vice President David Cawthorn
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Our PMEA Southern Highlands trip with 49 attendees was a huge success, despite the rain gods throwing everything at us!! Unfortunately a lot of people piked out of bringing their classic vehicles in the rain (including me), however 4 brave souls did, which were Robert Coenraads (1971 XY Falcon 500), Bill Von Drehnen (1979 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow), Colin McDonald (1992 BMW 840 coupe) and Keith Gowenlock, who trailered his little Fiat 500 down and back behind his Isuzu Mux. The only opportunity Keith had to drive it was the very last day, where he motored from Mittagong to Sutton Forest, and via the freeway! Good one Keith, you still get Michael Andrews Trophy points for that gallant effort!! Photos of the trip can be seen here.
May will be a busy club month, with two highlighted events, firstly our popular PMEA Club BBQ at McCarr’s Creek Reserve, this time for European and Japanese vehicles, and secondly the annual Unique Vehicle Display charity day at the RMYC Newport. This event combines for this year with the annual National Motoring Heritage Day. If you haven’t already entered, please do so quickly as entries close as soon as the event is filled, or the 9th May, whichever first occurs. See below website page for details.
THIS SUNDAY 24th April: Echo On The Marina, Roseville Chase
The café at Roseville Marina in a stunning position with waterfront dining.
Depart as usual Mona Vale Library carpark at 8am, additional pick up Dreadnought Rd Oxford Falls 8.15am, or go direct to venue. Plenty of tables all under cover. Please RSVP via website ASAP if you intend coming.
Sunday 8th May: European & Japanese Vehicles BBQ, McCarr’s Creek Reserve
This is always well attended and very enjoyable. The club will supply all food and you only need to bring your own chairs, plates and utensils. Raffle prizes available on the day. Voluntary $2 gold coin for Raffle tickets.
Wednesday 11th May: Mid Month Brunch Run, The Incinerator Cafe, Willoughby
The Incinerator is a stunning venue in Willoughby. The parkside café is housed in the iconic Willoughby Incinerator building, designed by Walter Burley Griffin in the 1930s.
Sunday 15th May: Unique Vehicle & Charity Display Day, RMYC Newport
For full details, please see above link to PMEA website.
Entry forms can be downloaded from here.
IF you can’t attend an event after you have booked, please let us know! Preferably cancel via the website, or if you have difficulty, contact me directly. Businesses rely on knowing numbers in advance for large groups for staffing and catering purposes.
IF you have difficulty booking online and wish to attend an Event, please contact me and I will book you in.
PMEA also have now available newly designed FREE windscreen information sheets for members to display on their vehicles. If you would like one for your vehicle/s, please contact me. They will be available at the next meeting and run. And of course, these go well with our PMEA windscreen banners, which are available for the bargain price of $25. Please contact our regalia officer Linda Upton to purchase.
Keep those wheels turning!!
Vice President and Events