FREE ENTRY FOR ROVER P5 CLUB MEMBERS TO THE ROVER P5 CLUB NATIONAL RALLY
Lost or thrown away your FREE PASS to this years National Rally? Then fear not!
Bring your August issue of Take Five and membership car to admit the car and driver, who must be a club member of the Rover P5 Club, for FREE, to the Helicopter Museum Open day on the 12th September 2021.
Passengers pay a reduced club rate of £6.50 adults, £5.50 seniors. £4.50 children (4-15)
To ensure a prompt and hassle free entry please have the correct cash ready - NO CHEQUES OR CARDS. If you do arrive with credit card or cheque we will have to turn you away.
PLEASE arrive between 10 and 11am - THE ENTRANCE WILL BE CLOSED AFTER THIS TIME. ~ Designated parking area. ~ Entry to the History of Weston's Aviation. ~ Free entry to the Helicopter Museum - the worlds largest. ~ Open cockpits ~ Cafe ~ Shop ~ Helicopter flights ~ Regalia. ~ Raffle - with a chance to win a free ride in a helicopter on the day! ~ Picnic area.
All Rover Clubs and classic cars are warmly invited to join us on the day - entry fee applies.
Just a bit of clarification, should you be a Rover P5 Club member, but not be arriving in your Rover.
As a club member, the free entry applies to you, so bring your other car, park in our designated area and enjoy free entry on the day. The event is intended as a social gathering and a chance for members to meet up after what has been a strange 18 months, so although Rovers are important, they are not mandatory!
Thanks WW, and thanks to all who decided to join us on the day. We had 51 cars turn up, the weather was great, there was plenty see and do, the cafe was kept busy and a lucky someone won a free helicopter ride, so all in all it worked out rather well. Today I am working on the next issue of Take Five, which will include a report and photos on this event. If you have a photo from the day, please email it to email@example.com
Well, we really enjoyed the day; looking at all the P5s and meeting their owners. We drove down from County Durham, 7 hours including breaks, the day before and stayed at the Premier Inn. It was well worth it. As a forum user I have now been able to see people in the flesh. I talked with Dave Dallimore and introduced myself as "Thor64". I had been hoping to see another P5 straight six coupe, similar to mine and was delighted to talk with the owner of one who has also been restoring his. We were able to swop difficulties experienced. I was also able to make sure I had put the interior bits back in their correct places. The helicopters were an added bonus. I did not realise how big they can be having only seen them on TV and motives.