Our AGM last year was held in the Garryvoe Hotel. This year, due to our enforced separation, we met on Zoom. No comparison between the two venues, and we’re hoping that everybody’s situation improves through 2021 so that we normality before 2022. Here’s hoping!Continue reading “AGM 2021”
Welcome to new meeting attendee, Pat, who joined us for the February club meeting with news of his restored Mk2. We are always happy to see new faces, whether of prospective members or returning members.
It was a smaller group of stalwarts than usual that met in the Kingsley Hotel for the monthly meeting. We had apologies from a few of the regulars, so our best to everyone and we hope to get together again soon.
Is it still summer, or is it autumn? Rather than try to find agreement on that topic, we’re probably better off sticking to talking all things Jaguar. Some events coming up that we discussed at our meeting:
Time is moving on, the Emo, Scotland and Mount Congreve events are done already. We spent most of our evening in the Kingsley Hotel talking about upcoming items in our calendar:
It was a nice summer’s evening in the Kingsley Hotel on Wednesday night – lots of walkers and cyclists making the most of the riverside amenities. Can’t be long before the kayakers are spotted as well.
Summer is nearly here, the weather is picking up – time to make the most of the opportunities to get the cars out. That was the context of our April meeting, where we discussed:
The Kingsley Hotel was buzzing tonight, but we got our regular spot for our meeting in the lounge area. Great to see a few people at the meeting that we hadn’t met up with for a while.
Our first ordinary meeting of the year took place in our regular venue of the Kingsley Hotel, at 8:30pm on Wednesday 27th February. The mornings are brighter already, and the days are getting longer – it won’t be long before we’re taking the cars out for runs and weekends away again. Items discussed at the meeting:
Our October meeting fell on Halloween night this year. We braved the ghouls and witches to talk about Jaguars: