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This is a rolling year view of club events.


The first event of the year proved to be as popular as ever with over 40 members turning out the clubs new year meal at The Eagle in Kelvedon Hatch. With the restaurant doing a great job with the food, it was a lovely afternoon out.

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A few Brave members headed out to a cold damp Christmas Market. The Hot pub breakfast going someway to make up for the early start.  Throughout the day the Market was packed with visitors to the stalls and fun fair with many admiring the vehicles that attended.


On a Friday 17th November members braved the fresh, damp, early morning to meet up and convoy over the Queen Elizabeth Bridge to celebrate 60 years of the Dartford Crossing.  Holding a steady speed kept us in convoy and allowed us to enjoy the view.


16 vintage and classics on this years award winning club display along with other members dotted around the show.  On a baking hot day, the club went to Barleylands for one of the last shows of the season, It was one of if not the hottest shows this year.  With the club gazebo and parasols for shade it was very sociable day with lots to see and buy if you fancied venturing out into the heat.  Along with hundreds of classic, vintage, modern, military and motor bikes.  At the end of the day as the clouds rolled over and the temperature cooled, the club was presented with the Best Club award.


This Years Orsett Show Saw the club produce the best turn out on record with 37 vehicles on display.  The Show also upped there game and there were more stalls activities around the many arenas, with dog racing, the Imps motorcycle display team, Steam and Farming vehicles.  On top of the busy horse competition arenas.


A nice sunny day, the car park was just for us and some stalls including a BBQ and a Bar. In the garden there were more stools and a bouncy castle for the children. A DJ was on site to help make the day a Success.


Havering Mind held their annual Essex Family Fest at Harrow Lodge Park.

Numbers and Stalls were down this year, largely due to the weekend weather having cancelled their Saturday Entertainment.


Once again the club took over the care home car park to allow the residents, families, locals and staff to enjoy our vehicles.  Through the visit the staff brough out hot dogs, sandwiches and drinks.


This years Run saw Fairlop Waters Busier than ever with a very eclectic mix of vehicles making read to complete the run. On reaching Southend they were squeezed on to Southend Sea Front to enjoy the day.


Fathers Day this year saw British made 50s, 60s, & 70s members heading to Southend airport for the Vulcan open day.  Vulcan XL 426 as the main attraction. There were military vehicles, Tanks, re-enactment groups, RC aircraft and Music supplied by Rayleigh Brass.  The early start saw members meeting in the visitor car park before heading round to display.  With lots of interest in the vehicles and more potential members it was a good day out.


Six club members managed to rise and shine early on this bright and sunny Sunday morning to drive in convoy to the Little Clacton Parish Fields for the first of the two Clacton Classic Car Shows this year.
Unusually, we all left together, drove together and arrived together, and managed to park together as a group.
We also saw a few other members who had come with other clubs or made their own way to site to display amongst the 600 or so vehicles (estimated by the organisers, The Clacton Classic Car Club)of all ages and types.


This was the clubs second visit to Picnic in the Park.  It's a pleasant relaxed afternoon, with heavy rain forecast right up to the day it turned out to be very grey with only a small shower, the sun even made an appearance.


Returning this year as a combined event Dagenham Played host to a free park festival.  With the weather ever changing right up until the day, it turned out to be a hot one.  With 21 classic vehicles on site (over half of which were SEVCVC members by the end of the show), Steam engines, trucks, miniature steam, Birds of prey, Live music and dance shows on different stages along with the Main arena events.  It was so busy that it was deemed unsafe to hold the customary classic display in the main arena.  Overall another great show.  

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With no soapbox competing this year there were a fewer vehicles than previous years, that didn't stop the day being a good one with the weather being better than expected it made for a fun pleasant day


This year the club proposed a few options for 'Drive it Day', however in the end the weather played it's part, reducing the Chelmsford Museum run to six vehicles on the day.  The museum it's self is a nice history of Essex with a pleasant but busy café and nice park and play area when the weather is better.  Well worth a visit expect.


Despite the weather and various traffic issues, March's Club night saw around 40 club members come together for the annual auction night. 

All lots are donated by members for the Peter’s to catalogue and auction off. The night as ever saw some great entertainment, mishaps and some bargains to be had raising over £305 for club funds.

Thanks as ever go to Peter and Peter for continuing to organize a great evening.  Special thanks goes to our American member for donating a very special bottle of single malt for auction.

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