The bring your own picnic halt will this year be at the unusual venue of The Hub at Farnborough Airport where there is the original framework of the famous airship factory. This is very close to Farnborough Air Sciences Trust, a small museum run by volunteers to celebrate Farnborough’s proud aviation heritage and its contribution to air science and research where there will be the opportunity to explore the exhibits. From here the route heads south to Champs Hill Garden near Pulborough for a private Cream tea and visit to this wonderful heathland garden developed around old sand quarries with an extensive collection of over 300 heathers and dwarf conifers sprinkled with beautiful animal statues. This garden is part of the National Gardens Scheme and normally only opens a few times a year for that charity. However, the owner Mrs Bowerman has generously allowed us an exclusive visit. Our last leg will take us to The Tithe Barn at Old Ditcham Park Farm for a hog roast and cash bar with live music and a raffle in aid of Sussex Air Ambulance. We expect the route to be around 100 miles and first cars will be at the finish around 17.00.
As for the previous 7 tours, the start will be hosted at Great Ballard School at Eartham (between Arundel and Chichester) where documentation will take place and breakfast butties will be served.
Location: Great Balham schhol at Eartham
Region: London+South East
BRMC Ltd is a small but active motor club based in the heart of West Sussex. The club was founded back in 1950 by a small group of enthusiasts, with the aim of promoting various forms of motor sport. Drawing its membership from all over West Sussex and beyond, the club welcomes anybody with an interest in motoring and/or motor sport at all levels.
Contact Name: kevin Lawrence
Contact Address: Tel: 01243 824086
View Website: http://www.bognor-regis-mc.co.uk
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Standard Admission (£): See organiser
Admission with classic car (£): See organiser