The December Drive and dine is replaced by our annual Xmas Heaven Farm Lunch. on Friday 10th December 1.30pm sit down.
Book with Fred for this very popular event no deposit requires but you must book and submit you menu in advance.
Club night Tuesday 14th, which will be Festive Sausage rolls and Mince pies thanks to Chrissie and Judith at
The Burgess Hill Rugby Club Poveys Close
Enjoyed our November Weald Classic Vehicle Club breakfast at Heaven Farm. good food and good company. We still have space for our Xmas lunch at Heaven Farm on Friday 10th December. Not to be missed if you enjoy Xmas Food
Our visit to Southdown's Garden centre to see the veteran cars brought good weather and a great spectacle for those members that turned out. The Club night was an interesting presentation thanks to Nick. (an update of Aging Beauties). and looking forward to the festive season.
We are now getting close to the Festive season. So our run up to it begins with our normal club breakfast Sunday 21st November at Heaven Farm. The Masala Club Drive and Dine
Tuesday 23rd November 7.30pmMoving in to December
The December Drive and dine is replaced by our annual Xmas Heaven Farm Lunch. on Friday 10th December 1.30pm sit down. Book with Fred for this very popular event no deposit requires but you must book and submit you menu in advance. Club night Tuesday 14th, which will be Festive Sausage rolls and Mince pies thanks to Chrissie and Judith atThe Burgess Hill Rugby Club Poveys Close Xmas festive fayre in the Garage. Marques at Spencer's. Heartwood, Pashley Road, Ticehurst, TN5 7HA Saturday 18th December 3.00pm
Heaven Farm Breakfast will be our last get together of 2021Sunday 19th December 9.30 am SEASONAL GREETINGS AND A HAPPY 2022.
Out visit to Southdown's Garden centre to see the veteran cars brought good weather and a great spectacle for those members that turned out. The Club night was an interesting presentation thanks to Nick. (an update of Aging Beauties). and looking forward to the festive season.
Our second meeting at our new home went well we welcomed guests from the Vincent Owners Club as they had also lost their home at the Weald Inn when they pulled it down.
Really good weekend after enjoying a car club breakfast with my Jaguar / Weald friends Saturday we moved on to enjoying a Marques at Spencer's Brunch at Ticehurst on Sunday with a good number of friends from both the Weald Classic Vehicle Club and the East Sussex Jaguar Enthusiasts Club.
Lots of interesting cars on display.
With the very successful September Drive and Dine at the The Franklin Arms
Great get together at Marques at Spencer's Sunday Brunch with Weald and ESJEC members and friends.
Good to see so many Weald Members in attendance.
After a good and enjoyable Club night ( We are going to rearrange the seating to try and reduce the noise level, It is good to talk and as good to hear), great Drive and Dine in August we are now looking forward to the M&S Brunch on Sunday 29th then we move into September with our Club Night on Tuesday 7th September, Our Monthly Breakfast at Heaven Farm 9.30am 19th September.
For our next Drive and Dine details on our Home Page Events and Outings
Our first meeting at the new venue for the club was a successFred's newly purchased X Type Jaguar
The next major event for the club will be the 60th anniversary at the Bluebell Railway, Horsted Keynes on 6/7/8 August.
Further details to follow but equally keen to have a good turnout so please remember the dateAll Weald Members are welcome and if there is enough interest the WCVC are happy to have a stand where we can all park together for either event. Please let me (Fred) know If you are
Chailey Tractor Club will be holding it's annual rally on the weekend of 24th/25th July, originally scheduled for 2020 but delayed for obvious reasons.
A big thank you to Nicole at the Plough at Plumpton Green who will be hosting us. camping is available for all in their field.
We start Friday evening and disperse Sunday afternoon. The pub will be open all day for beer and we will set up barbecues which will be continuous so bring your own food and cook your own - or we'll help you…!
There will be a run out on both Saturday and Sunday, hopefully over the Downs and we will confirm the route on the day.
The club band has kindly agreed to play on Saturday evening.
The weather will hopefully be good, so we are hoping for a great turnout, and all being well minus Covid restrictions. We have steam, tractors and classic cars so if you are available, please do make every effort to come along for all or part of the weekend and bring whatever mode of transport you choose. The Plough have been really good to us in the past so it will be an opportunity to return the loyalty. Hoping to see as many as we can.
Hello Fellow members.
Our June meeting is 8th June 2021.
Invite below (No Subject )
Topic: Weald Classic Club Night
Time: Tuesday 8 June at 7.30pm
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Meeting ID: 882 4720 2175
Passcode: 343694We have resumed our Breakfasts at Haven Farm on the Third Sunday of the month the next one being 20th June 2021. Pre booking required (hopefully the last one we will have to book.)
Our first WCVC breakfast of 2021 was a very soggy affair with heavy rain and no cover. Soggy toast not good. Thank you to the members that braved the weather to support it. Got up to sunshine drove there in the dry. Food served outdoors heavens opened drove home it the dry,
(Very bad timing on my part.) Better luck next time 9.30 am Sunday 20th June.
Hope to see you then.
Sorry for the non information on my blog
For those of us that turned out on Sunday morning. Our September individually booked socially distancing breakfast at Heaven Tea Rooms was very enjoyable. keeping to the ruling of Six.
Added by Nick Willmore September 2019
Thanks to everyone that braved the morning to make Classics in Town a great event that was appreciated by Councillors, visitors and traders alike. A really special range of vehicles with a good pre war showing of bikes, cars and commercials and a strong showing of sports cars from the 60 to the present.
None of this would have been possible without the support of the Town Council and Deputy Town Mayor, Cllr Ann Eves.
Also massive thanks to Fred Steve and Phil and all the other marshals that contributed to a smoothly run event.
Whilst numbers were not as good due to the weather it was well attended which I hope made a difference to Chailey Heritage and the St Andrews Scouts. I will let you know later what was raised.
And finally thanks to Steve and colleagues from Burgess Hill Radio who entertained us all day, don’t forget they are your local station and depend on your donations and support to keep going.
Thanks to you all, club members, exhibitors and visitors - hope to see you again next year.
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