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SVVS in 2021; Meetings held this year. ] ::
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:: [ CORONA
VIRUS EPIDEMIC HAS CANCELLED ALL SVVS MEETINGS ] ::
The Coronavirus Pandemic which is playing havoc with large
parts of the world has resulted in the mandatory closure of
pubs and clubs, and any venues where meetings can take place. The
Surrey Vintage Vehicle Society Committee has been monitoring the
situation closely from the very beginning and had instituted a
partial shutdown before any intervention by the Government. The
situation however, is now entirely out of our hands and we have
therefore had no option but to advise that
ALL SVVS MEETINGS ARE NOW
CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
As anticipated, Government restrictions have tightened
further and it is prudent to
assume that we will not be allowed to reatart any activities. We are simply
not able to even take a guess as to when normality will return.
The Pandemic has prevented us from holding all Meetings since
March 2020 and despite news of Vaccines will probably prevent
holding of meetings until at least mid-2021. Please keep a regular eye on the
SVVS Magazine and SVVS Website for updates on meetings restarting.
::: ( Tsar
Nichols II of Russia Roll-Royce Kegresse - February 2012) ::
As SVVS are not allowed to have any
meetings due to Covid Regs, we are keeping our spirits up with a
mixture of interesting different articles in the SVVS Magazine and
on the SVVS Website to keep us amused. Last few months we
had fascinating articles by our 'cycling correspondent. This month
we are having Part One of a three part study of the Rolls Royce
Kegresse claimed by many as being car belonging to Tsar Nichols 11
and confiscated to be given to Lenin as a personal chauffeured
[ Steering like a Swiss Watch -
Fischer - January
2021 ] ::
As SVVS are not allowed to have any meetings
due to Covid Regs, we are keeping our spirits up with a mixture of
interesting different articles in the SVVS Magazine and the SVVS
Website to keep us amused. Last few months we had
fascinating articles by our 'cycling correspondent' Chas Moody, of
broken leg fame, on bicycles with extremely uneven sized wheels.
So on the theme of steering, this month we are looking into the history
of a Swiss watchmaker whose 1904 car was steered by the feet!!
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