RREC Central Southern Section
Past Events

Sunday 20 October 2013

There was always a risk that lunching in late October at a Free House set deep in the foothills of the South Downs along winding narrow lanes was likely to be fraught. However, even with early morning thunderstorms and torrential rain, everyone 'entered into the spirit' and turned up, not only in club cars, but some superb alternatives. Pristine Rolls-Royce and Bentleys joined equally pristine Jaguars, Austin, Aston Martin, Bristol, Morgan, DMC Delorean, Citroen DS and a few 'moderns', all splattered equally with mud except for a trailered Massey Ferguson GTI displaying the new club banner. Not only was the car parking stretched to the limit, but so was the restaurant but, with remarkable fortitude by both members and staff, we were eventually accommodated in what might be described as a very warm and cosy manner. It all proved to be well worthwhile with lots of chat, some superb food and good company, and of course some lovely motor cars.

Peter Allchurch - Section Committee Member

The Foresters Arms
Simon Buck's 1952 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith flies the Club flag at the front of The Forresters Arms.
1968 3.4S Jaguar   1981 Delorean   1933 Austin 18/6 Saloon
Bill Bradley's 1968 3.4S Jaguar. Darren Collins' 1981 Gull Winged DMC 12 Delorean. 1933 Austin 18/6 Carlton Saloon.
1999 Morgan Plus 8   1972 E-Type V12 5.3   1973 Citroen DS23
Liz Hernige-Wigg's 1999 Morgan Plus 8. Richard Sharp's 1972 E-Type V12 5.3 Convertible. Peter Allchurch's 1973 Citroen DS23 EFI Pallas.
E-Type V12 5.3 Covertible   2003 Aston Martin DB7   1975 Bristol 411
John Tudor's 1972 E-Type V12 5.3 Covertible. Mark Tidy's 2003 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante. John Grindham's 1975 Bristol 411.
Photos: Ian Burt

Ted on his tractor
Footnote: Ted Meachem displayed the Section flag on his other fine vehicle.
Photo: Andrew Honour