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SVVS Lunchtime Meeting at the Sportsman, Mogador

    :: [ SVVS Lunchtime Meeting - Sportsman, Mogador - March 2019] ::
This is a new venue we are trying out this year, one which is located at the northern perimeter of our catchment area. The Sportsman is an eatery type of pub built on the site of a historic hunting lodge believed used by Henry VIII while out hunting. The pub is nearly impossible to find being at the end of a lane leading to the Downs. Hence pub was packed and carpark overflowing. Notwithstanding, we had a relatively reasonable turnout of about 20 vehicles, of which 15 were proper cars. 

SVVS Lunchtime Meeting at the Cock at Headley

    :: [ SVVS Lunchtime Meeting - Cock Inn, Headley - February 2019] ::
The Cock at Headley was put back in our programme after a couple of years following its sudden shut-down just before one of our due meetings there. Now under new management, and dog friendly, the pub seems busier then ever with the car park and pub packed out with dining families.  Weather was iffy having rained and was blowing an icy wind. Pretty poor turnout of only seven cars especially from the 'westeners' who had been asking for a venue in their neck of the woods.

SVVS New Year's Meeting, Reigate

:: [ New Year's Day Lunchtime - Beehive, Woodhatch - January 2019 ] ::
New Year's Day 2019 was, for a change, a normal winter's gray day with no rain or snow, no Beast from the East and with nice not slippery/dirty dry roads. This resulted in a relatively reasonable turnout of 15 proper cars and a couple of moderns. New additions here were a French registered Caterham Cosworth Seven, and a Sunbeam Tiger Coupe; as well as a Audi looking Dodge? A person much missed and a regular at this event was Pam Gorman who had sadly passed away during the Christmas break following a prolonged illness.  Our sympathies to Mike.

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