Please note this talk is not arranged by the Double LL club.
A talk by Peter Ingram, at The Triangle Centre in Liss on 11th April 2018 at 7.30pm for 8pm start.
The talk will be about Peter’s reminiscences (with a few gypsy songs thrown in), Peter who set up the Romany museum in Selborne, was a well-known builder, restorer and painter of living vans from his teens until his recent retirement, and he is a great character and entertainer. The talk has been put on for the Self Sufficiency group in Liss but it has been offered to Double “LL” Club members to come along and join the evening as visitors.
For anyone wanting to join them then visitors pay £3 but that includes refreshments. If they need more information, it will eventually appear in their website
Here we have a set of pictures taken at Balls Cross back in September, thank you to John Stubbington for sending them in and sorry it has taken me so long to add them to our website!! I was just going through emails and things and just found them, sorry John…
Davids funeral will be at 12pm on 20th December at Boxgrove Parish Church.
Please pass on to members who are not on the internet.
It is with regret that I have to write of the sad passing of David who has been a loyal Member of the Double LL Club for many years now, Val and myself first met David and Rose at a Rally where Rose was trying to stitch the head lining of his beloved Morris 8 owing to a mouse that thought it was a good idea to live in the car, however after a few years the head lining was replaced, the Mouse had gone !! and the car was looking better sporting it’s new look.
David was an old school Mechanic working with cars for many years, also a qualified MOT tester, but owing to failing health he found it hard to maintain the Morris, but his Son-in-law Peter looked after the car for him and David would drive the car to all of the Rally’ s that he could get to and living near Chichester meant David would sometimes have to drive a fair few miles to get to a rally, no mean feat for the car and David, as over the last few years he was finding it more difficult to get around, but he did winning many trophies over the years, at the AGM he always went home with some award.
We will miss his long chats on the rally field where he would get himself around and pass on a few tips to others.
So rest in peace David old friend.
Bob Lintott ( President )
Here we have the pictures of some of the winners of the Cups and Trophies at the AGM, thanks to all those who attended the evening and congratulations to all the winners.
DON COLLINS SHIELD. PRE 49 CARS (Joint Winners) Fred Carter/Dave smith
CAR CUP TROPHY POST 49 CARS Fiona Goodwin
MOTOR CYCLE CUP MOTOR CYCLES Gary Luff
JACK HARDING MEM SHIELD STATIONARY ENGINES Arthur Carr
COLLECTIONS SHIELD COLLECTIONS Ian Blake
FOSTERS CUP FAMILY Martin West & family
SEDGEWICK CUP NEWCOMER Alan Byrne
LADIES TROPHY LADIES Rose Smith
DIBBLE HIRE CARS CLUBMAN OF THE YEAR Fred Carter
FOUNDERS CUP FOUNDERS Betty West
MECHANALIA SHIELD NEWSLETTER Alec Fry
NEWSLETTER CUP NEWSLETTER CHALLENGE Ian Blake
MODEL BENTLEY PRESIDENTS TROPHY Mick Graham
Arthur Carr Fred Carter Pete Goodwin Fiona Goodwin
Derek Leach Ian Knowles Jenny Blake Ian Blake
Gary Luff David Smith Mike Stubbington
Just a reminder about 2 events this week for the LL Club
Tomorrow night Wednesday 18th is Club Night and this month is a Talk by David Parker a chimney sweep, held at the usual place The Grange Midhurst, starting at 7.30pm. Then on Sunday 22nd is our event Collectomania again held at The Grange Centre. Midhurst.
See you all there we hope
We have received the following from a LL member and been asked to put it in the next edition of Mechanalia but I think it will be either to late or very close the the said events. Anyway here is the article which I have been sent
Free Entertainment at Queen Elizabeth Country Park in the Little Theatre.
On Saturday 28th October The Page Turners offer family entertainment with three performances of “Verse And Worse”- readings from Edward Lear
on Saturdays 18th and 25th November, with two matinees on both days, Scene Setters present the one act play “White Liars” by Peter Shaffer. This play may not be suitable for young children.
While admission is free, seating is limited so booking is essential – telephone Quenn Elizabeth Country Park on 02392 595040
Thanks to Alec Fry we have a few lovely pictures from our trip to the Wey and Arun Canal at Loxwood
Thought we would put the write ups on our website to say a thank you to all our members for attending the Peadean Fete and BBQ, pictures also at the end thanks to Derek Leach
From our President, Bob Lintott
The rally season is now under way, Pendean Rally and BBQ went off very well and I would like to thank Bob Elliot and Keith personally for helping me with the cooking. Derek took Val home as I thought that the BBQ had a part missing, turned out it wasn’t, so thanks Derek (you did see some wildlife en-route)
From our Vice Chairman, Derek Leach
Good turn out of collections and nice selection of transport. Sorry did not get a picture of all exhibits batteries ran out! I missed the folk dance in front of Martins caravanette. The BBQ followed the Fete with forty attending, thanks to Bob & Bob for the cooking and all the other members who helped to set up and get the food and drinks ready.
From our Secretary, Ian Blake
Pendean Fete in the afternoon and the Barbecue in the evening. Because of another commitment Jenny and I could not attend the fete in the afternoon but we were able to attend the barbecue in the evening, Thanks to Derek and his helpers for the organizing and to the two Bobs for the cooking.