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The EVENTS CALENDAR



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curious bystander

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Thu 29 Nov 18 21:06

The EVENTS CALENDAR


For anybody on here who has recently looked for upcoming attractions on the calendar and thought "there are none" - well there's a good reason

Apart from the major shows next year, very few of the regional offerings have confirmed their dates so far, but more pertinently we are about to migrate over to our all new website Clap

Not certain when but hopefully before Christmas.

Once this happens Tom and myself will work out how to use the events calendar function and start to get some ideas on there for 2019.

In the meantime Vette News will be with you about the 15th December and there are a few upcoming dates shown in the back pages. Thumbs up

Next biggy - London Classic Car Show at the Excel, Docklands - one for your calendar


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kentvette

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Sat 01 Dec 18 11:45

Re: The EVENTS CALENDAR


While I do keep an eye on events over there, often rather enviously I should add, it's unlikely I'll get to any, but I appreciate the work you've done Bill and that Tom will be taking on - well done!

Once you're up and running on the new site I may even throw a few things that pop up around here your way, if you like! Smile


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curious bystander

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Sat 01 Dec 18 14:30

Re: The EVENTS CALENDAR


OK Stephen thanks.

If the events you have in mind are in your neck of the woods it might be better to let Pete Sansbury know - he's taken on the role of European Rep. and would be glad of the heads up.

Or, with the correct training (health and safety etc.) , you could just put them direct on to the calendar. Cut out the middle man! Laughing


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Sat 01 Dec 18 15:25

Re: The EVENTS CALENDAR


H&S training?! Oooer missus! I'll stick with going via Pete - he's closer to me Very Happy


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Corvette Club France
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