If you are not too familiar with the local area the Road Run, which is hosted on the Saturday before the show, is a great way to explore.
We did the drive and enjoyed it but we didn’t get all the quiz answers, then it was back to the museum for a BBQ in the evening sunshine.
On the Sunday bacon butties and cups of tea were the first order of the day after the club gazebo was assembled which was much needed later on in the day to keep out of the sun.
The weather this year was extremely good and some of the members brought their other ‘A’ series cars, including a 1275 Wolsey and a Midget to park near the club. It looked like there were more classic cars in the rear car park this year.
The museum and other stands were selling second hand parts and we managed to get some old tools and some refurbish-able parts.
The museum itself is always worth a visit, especially as they have a few mini’s, including the gear less prototype. Of course, there are lots of other cars that you wish you could have as well.
After walking around the show cars in the main car park it was time for an ice cream, before more tea and sausages at the club stand.