Suffolk Vehicle Enthusiasts Club

News Clips - snippets from the Club's Newsletters

[Earlier snippets are in the News clips Archive]

coverSeptember 2006

Secretary's Scribble

  • And now it's all over
  • New marshalling technique was a success
  • You've all done very well...
  • An enjoyable day for all
  • Grand sums raised for charity
  • Thanks to Lord and Lady Tollemache
  • and Sarah and Charles at Helmingham
  • Awards for Stanley Steamer, Steadman TS100, Morris Oxford Landaulet
  • Best SVEC vehicle: 1930 Riley 9 Biarritz
  • Many other enjoyable days at various Suffolk villages
  • Still many events to come

Other Items

  • From the Federation: Car Thefts - classics to banger racers
  • A change of colour from yellow to green
  • Unleaded fuel eats rubber
  • Down Among The Ponies
    • Southampton & New Forest MGOC 8th Annual New Forest Run
    • 170 MGs
    • Midday break at Beaulieu
    • Foreign soldiers camped here during WW2
    • Proximity of Esso refinery didn't help fuel prices
    • French Fiats gathered at Bucklers Hard
    • Visit to the workhouse
    • After 541 miles, the engine levels whowed that the rebuild had been worthwhile
  • Future events
  • Hurrican Anniversary Run coming up

For Sale

  • 1984 Suzuki SA-310 (Swift). Under 26,000 mileage. Failed MOT with just one brake disc pitted. Offers Considered. Tarkey Barker.

  • Club Regalia