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  1. OrangeExige

    LDC Calendar 2019

    Taking pride of place on the front cover of the Lotus Drivers Club calendar for 2019 is a photo taken in The Pyrénées National Park by Sue Harding. Order your calendar The A4 calendar includes provisional dates of national club events and area meetings for 2019. We hope you’ll enjoy having the calendar and selected photos on your wall. The Lotus Drivers Club Calendar for 2019 costs £5.00 including UK delivery. Postage to EU countries will cost an extra £2.75 Lotus Drivers Club members receive a complimentary calendar as part of your membership. Join the Lotus Drivers Club
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  4. OrangeExige

    Pembrokeshire - 3 - 6 May 2019

    Tash and I will be coming back from Germany that weekend but we’re planning to meet you all Saturday evening. On another note, the Saundersfoot development looks interesting David. The future’s looking good for the area:
  5. Friday 3 May - Monday 6 May 2019 We’re excited to announce that the Lotus Drivers Club will be returning to Saundersfoot in 2019 for another Driving Adventure along the Pembrokeshire Coast. Started back in 2016 by David and Sian, this annual Driving Adventure has become one of the clubs most popular and successful events. The weekend will cover parts of Pembrokeshire from the seaside town of Tenby in the South, along the coast to Sprinkle Haven, St David’s, Fishguard and The Preseli Hills and Mountains in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. We aim to supply a mix of breathtaking driving roads and scenic view points. Limited accommodation has been reserved at The Gower Hotel in Saundersfoot, available exclusively to members for £80.00 (double room) until 31 January 2019. To book please phone 01834 813452, quoting the Lotus Drivers Club. There is a variety of alternative accommodation available in Saundersfoot which can be found by visiting Secure overnight parking will also be available in Saundersfoot Harbour all weekend for those attending the event. Prices and booking details will be available soon. If you are interested in joining us in Saundersfoot please complete the booking form: click here For more information please email
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    Caffeine & Machine Opening - 27 October 2018

    The weekend was their grand opening but they are now open midweek until 11pm. I'd highly recommend stopping by for a coffee or a beer. We're hoping it'll be a unique venue for several meetings next year and I for sure will be heading back.
  7. OrangeExige

    LDC LC and Norlog Meeting

    We are pleased to announce that the Lotus Drivers Club Lancashire & Cumbria – LC now have a monthly meeting organised working alongside Norlog (Northwest Lotus Owners Group) on the first Wednesday of each month from 7.00pm at the Houghton Arms, Withnell. They will also be arranging regular meetings at the Lakeland Motor Museum and The Fat Lamb Hotel Ravenstonedale next year. All Lotus owners are welcome to this event. For more information contact area organisers Andy Smith: and Mark Holmes: Alternatively, you can visit the Lotus Drivers Club Lancashire and Cumbria Facebook Page.
  8. OrangeExige

    AGM at The Stag Redhill - 14 March 2019

    I understand it’s a joint meeting but didn’t realise CL required the entrire room each month. In fairness Dipak could have his 10 minutes before the meeting if necessary although I assume you’d rather not have the meeting at The Stag altogether and that the Club sticks with Stoneleigh or an alternative which is a shame as it’s on all the flyers for 2019 ? Lets hope you all agree with everything else that’s been planned by the Club for next year ?
  9. OrangeExige

    AGM at The Stag Redhill - 14 March 2019

    The date was chosen on purpose to conincide with the regular meeting. Do CL book the function room though? Obviously, if they are members of both they would be welcome to attend the meeting, if not they’re part of the wrong Club ?
  10. OrangeExige

    AGM at The Stag Redhill - 14 March 2019

    I’ve passed on everyones concerns so we’ll see what the consensus is from everyone else. Remember the Club has more events planned already for 2019, of which details are being published, than in previous years so the focus has been put on these with the statutory AGM being held for members to attend if they choose to. Didn’t realise you all enjoyed Colin’s public speaking so much!
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    AGM at The Stag Redhill - 14 March 2019

    The discussion was had that in previous years the Club has struggled to avoid Mother’s Day when choosing to attend the breakfast meeting at Stoneleigh Park (bad planning I suppose) and also for variation it seemed fair to members to hold the AGM at a different venue. Historically the meeting was always held in the evening so we thought it would be a nice change for those who choose to attend. Personally even when at Stoneleigh in March, it’s unusual that we would bring the Lotus for a day trip as 9/10 it’s pretty dull weather and the meeting itself is a formality. For Tash and myself for example an evening is more convenient for this type of meeting and The Stag is easier for us as well. At the end of the day if it doesn’t work this year and members are adement it should be more accessible and made into more of an event then we can move it again... to Caffeine & Machine for example? There’s a lot on next year ?
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    Caffeine & Machine Opening - 27 October 2018

    That's what I'm thinking hence tomorrows opening will be a good opportunity to take a look before next year. I would imagine there will be plenty of organised meets at Caffeine and Machine that we could attend and add to the calendar for next year.
  13. Thursday 14 March 2019 The Stag, Redhill, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 6NQ. AGM to start at 8:00pm Entry to the AGM is by proof of identity against the current membership list on the day. If you have any items that you would like discussed at the meeting and for inclusion in the agenda would you please provide a short written synopsis to the Chairman at the address on the bottom of the attached form. There will be an election of officers at the meeting. In accordance with Club rules the entire committee will stand down but any of them may offer themselves for re-election. If you wish to stand for office or to propose someone for office, please do so on the Nomination Form at the bottom of this page and return it (photocopies of the page are acceptable) to the Chairman. Please note that both the candidate and the nominee are required to sign the form. To ‘short-circuit’ the system you may send an email to the Chairman and sign the paperwork on the day. The posts listed on the form are those required by the Club rules plus, in italic, any others currently in use. Members are invited to propose additional posts in the space provided. At least eight posts must be filled to satisfy Club rules. AGM Notice 2019 (available soon) For more information contact Lotus Drivers Club Chairman, Colin Smith:
  14. Sunday 6 January 2019 Join us for the first Sunday Scramble of the year taking place on 6th January – a great way to clear the head and the engine! Buy Club Member Vehicle Tickets – Tickets for the January Scramble will go on sale in November. Founded in 2014 the Sunday Scramble began as a ‘cars and coffee’ get together amidst the early stages of our restoration works. Four years on and the Sunday Scramble is an event of national repute, attracting enthusiasts from across the UK and Europe, offering the opportunity to explore the former RAF Bicester base, the restored wartime buildings and the specialists businesses based here. Starting with some 100 visitors at the first Scramble in 2014, the event has grown significantly with over 6,000 visitors gathering at Bicester Heritage for the ‘Drive It Day’ Scramble, April 2018. Having been off limits to the public for the best part of one hundred years in the hands of the RAF and MOD, historic vehicle owners and enthusiasts can now drive through the gates to this once hidden location and spend a Sunday morning freely exploring the Technical Site, specialists businesses based here and bring their own vehicles to add to the diverse display of machinery that makes this event so spectacular.