Reports From Your Regions......
Greater London, Surrey, Berks & Middx Region ........Ian Morgan I'm afraid that a spot of globetrotting has interrupted my SCORE activities but I hope to have been in touch with most of my members by the time this issue has been received. We plan to meet up very soon and I will report back to The Latest SCORE updating everyone our Regional plans and activities.
Essex & East Anglia Region ........Rob Galley On Sunday 23rd March we held our first meet at the Ml 1 Service Station - not the most fantastic of places but it was easy to find and served coffee. Twelve cars arrived and their enthusiastic owners were soon discussing the usual topics - gearboxes and tune- up bits with the expected question, "how can I de-limit my Cappuccino?" A spontaneous bonnet lift in the car park got plenty of interest from the travelling public. It was nice to see so many Cappo's in the Service Station car park. Thanks to all of you who turned up and thanks to Don (Littlemore) and Alex (Clouter) for your support in travelling from your own Regions. Saturday 17th May could see a convoy run into London to meet up with the Sussex group on their Brighton to London Fun Run ... Phone me for more details. Hopefully, we will be organising a treasure hunt for the summer. Next meeting and location yet to be confirmed.
East Midlands Region.........Rosie and Mark Flaxman-Binns. Just really getting started in the East Midlands but Mark and I are planning to meet up with our fellow Regional members during April on the outskirts of Lincoln. As time moves on we will establish what our members want, in terms of local events, and report back to The Latest SCORE on our activities.
Yorkshire Region......... Stuart Falshaw. Our first social meeting was held on Wednesday 26th February with a good turnout despite the miserable weather. Hard-Tops were all on for this meeting I'm sorry to say. As well as general introductions for those of us who were meeting up for the first time we were able to share stories and ideas about the future running of our Region. There emerged a consensus that it may be a good idea to share events with our frothy friends in other Northern Regions to help support each other in these early days of getting our regional events established. As a consequence, I am delighted to report that our next meeting will be the "Summer Wine Drive" on Easter Monday, 31st March with details sent to all members in the region and also to our friends in Lancashire. For those of us with other cars, it was stated that Cappuccino's are compulsory on drives which meant that even mine was out! The timing of our magazine does not allow me to report on our Easter drive for this issue but I will update you for the next issue.