OUTING TO DUNGENESS

Details and discussion for any up-coming outings, exhibitions, or general photographic events.
Bett
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Re: OUTING TO DUNGENESS

Postby Bett » Tue 21 Aug 2018, 11:15

Hi Mike, yes I would love to come but have no car so would need a lift

Regards Bett
MikeW
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Re: OUTING TO DUNGENESS

Postby MikeW » Tue 28 Aug 2018, 14:30

Hi All, this outing is proving quite popular and around a dozen or so members at least may come along. Great! It is clear that weekends are preferred and Sundays of those so I will probably go for Sunday 4th November unless there is a rush of members wanting the Saturday. There's still plenty of time for others to indicate interest as well as to finalise arrangements and suggest I make contact with everyone at our first club meeting in September to establish more precise numbers and potential meeting spots for drivers/passengers etc. At present there are at least four willing drivers so there should be no problems with transport and for me meeting at the club venue on the day to collect people would be ideal but this may not be true for all.
Thanks for your responses.

Mike.
rebeccaclark
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Re: OUTING TO DUNGENESS

Postby rebeccaclark » Mon 10 Sep 2018, 22:38

Hi Mike,

I am interested to go to "Dunge" on Sun 4th Nov, but as I often have work to do at the weekend, I would really only be able to let you know about a week before at the earliest. Although I have a car, I have no SatNav and the world's worst sense of direction, so would be looking to catch a lift with a willing driver.

Many thanks,
Rebecca
gcluer
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Re: OUTING TO DUNGENESS

Postby gcluer » Sun 16 Sep 2018, 10:28

Be aware that Sunday 4th is the Veteran London to Brighton car run.
Mike Farley
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Re: OUTING TO DUNGENESS

Postby Mike Farley » Sun 16 Sep 2018, 19:14

gcluer wrote:Be aware that Sunday 4th is the Veteran London to Brighton car run.

The traditional route was based on the original course of the A23 and always went through Croydon but changed last year. According to the website, it has reverted for the 2018 run. It is worthwhile checking the exact route through Croydon as it used to go past the Whitgift Centre on the now pedestrianised area. The organisers rerouted it after Croydon Council wanted to charge for erecting barriers to keep spectators and the cars separate.

This link takes you to the spectator guide, but its scale is insufficient to determine exactly the Croydon locations:

https://www.veterancarrun.com/file-down ... ide_a4.pdf
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