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5th Annual Irish MG Rover owners & family day

Unread postby Colin_NI » Sat Aug 02, 2014 8:11 pm

Our 5th annual owners meet day, I cant believe its came around so quickly!

Yet again we are having it at Tollymore! This year it will be bigger with both the MG Owners Club NI and the Classic Rover Club NI joining us on the day, with the hope the MGOC Ireland and Rover Enthusiasts Club Ireland will join us also.

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Location - Tollymore Forest Park, Bryansford Road, Newcastle, Co Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0PW
Date - Sunday the 31st August 2014
Time - 1200 hours to 1630 hours

Costs for entry into Forrest - Car £4, pedestrian £2, child 50p

Remember this is a caravan and camping site, why not go up with the tent / van and stay the night!

A beautiful part of the country both for a walk and a lovely drive to, rated as one of the top 20 beauty spots in the united Kingdom. Ideal if you want to bring the kids or have a lovely picnic etc.

Tollymore features many follies including a barn dressed up to look like a church, stone cones atop gate piers and gothic-style gate arches and some great routes to cycle around and is both a caravan site and pet friendly so bring the dog!

Location has proved great with both northern and southern owners who wish to joined us on the day, if coming from the South traveling via Newry is the most efficient route.

Think his will be a great end to the summer and give everyone plenty of time to get sorted. There is plenty to do for the kids in Newcastle as well, and there's the shop, cafe etc as well so plenty to do, also you can bring a BBQ if you really want along with the dogs etc.

I have gained full approval from the Forrest Ranger and the DRD for the event, and working through Richard Kernohan, the Recreation Forester of the area so everything is sorted.

So folks, literally the last of summer 2013 so everyone is home from holidays this time and no other significant classic car shows on that weekend.

IMPORTANT NOTE

Yet again this is a static event on a public car park at a tourist spot, this is NOT a wheel spinning season or play your music as loud as possible.

Check out the local facebook page also!

[url="https://www.facebook.com/groups/75ztclub/"]https://www.facebook.com/groups/75ztclub/[/url]
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