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[ARC Logo] ARC News Issue 34 - March 2000

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Paul Barton, ARC Newsletter Editor,
26 Summerhill Grange, Summerhill Lane, Lindfield,
Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 1RQ

PBarton@tandridgedc.gov.uk

ADMIN


Chairman's Chat.

First of all I must thank those committee members who stood down from their posts at this years A.G.M, Peter Oakden, Harold Lowe and Dave Marsh. They have all put a lot of time and effort into supporting the Association and progressing it to where we are today. I am sure that you all join me in expressing our gratitude and look forward to seeing them at future events.

What a shock to take over this role and then to find that BMW decides to break up the Rover Group. You may ask where do we go from here? Well these are early days yet as the new owners of Rover and Land Rover have yet to be finalised. You can rest assured that as soon as these are known we will be establishing new contacts within the relevant company or companies to make them aware of this devoted group of followers of the marque.

ARC NEWS.

Due to a change in operating practice at Land Rover this will be the last edition of ARC NEWS that will drop through your letterbox courtesy of the Company. Land Rover has kindly supported the A.R.C. with both printing and distribution of this newsletter since its introduction in December 1995 for which we are very grateful. Many members have come to rely on the up to the minute information and current issues contained within ARC NEWS, however we cannot continue this service without a generous sponsor.

As an interim measure to get future publications to you the members we have circulated your club secretaries requesting contact addresses, both postal and e-mail for your club newsletter editor. Future copies of ARC NEWS will be sent via post or e-mail to the club editors for them to cascade relevant information to you. For those of you that have access to the internet ARC NEWS can be found on the ARC website www.the-arc.co.uk I sincerely hope that we can secure a sponsor for the future to enable us to resume the direct mail service to which you have become accustomed.
Denis Bourne

RANGE ROVER 30th / LAND ROVER MARQUE DAY & H.M.C. RUN 17th / 18th June 2000

The Range Rover Birthday Celebrations
Saturday 17th June 2000 - Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon

In 1970, thirty years ago to the very day, Range Rover was launched. To commemorate this, The Range Rover Register is organising a day of celebration events at The Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, on 17th June 2000.

The programme of events will include:-
Displays of Range Rovers of all types - some very interesting examples are booked-in.
Talk and films by Mark Clark
Franchised dealer display
Raffle (One prize is a day at "The Land Rover Experience")
The main arena event is a staged road traffic "accident" which will show the role of the Range Rover vehicle with the emergency services.
An Air Ambulance will be on display (subject to operational requirements, of course) and this represents one aspect of the afternoon's events - that of supporting Range Rover Register's currently adopted charity, The Air Ambulance Association.
The Range Rover Register invite A.R.C. members to take part with them at their "Birthday Dinner" on the Saturday evening at a nearby hotel (J.15 of M40) Details of costs are available from Chris Elliott (phone no. below)
There is to be a record-breaking attempt! On Saturday it is hoped to assemble the largest ever gathering of Range Rovers, at Gaydon. Details - please ring 0976 396533 or email pr@rrr.co.uk

The Land Rover Marque Day and Heritage Motor Centre Run:
Sunday 18th June 2000

The Land Rover Marque Day is now well-established in the Land Rover events calendar and, in addition to the usual displays by both non-A.R.C. and A.R.C. Land Rover Clubs, there will be the Range Rover displays carried over from the Saturday's celebrations of "Range Rover 30".

The centre-piece, however, will be the arrival at H.M.C. at approx. 11.00 hrs, of the cavalcade of Land Rover products of all types, from its starting point at Lode Lane - the ancestral home of Land Rover.

There are to be trade / autojumble stands and, for the children, there will be the usual entertainments available. Land Rover Marque merchandise will be on sale and the Centre's excellent (and reasonably priced) catering facilities will be open. In the museum, there are many interesting and unusual Land Rover products on display, in addition to the vast array of motor vehicles of all types that form the Heritage Motor Centre's collection. The cinema will be showing films of special interest to Land Rover enthusiasts.

There will be a display of original Land Rover Sales Literature illustrating "The Versatility of The Land Rover", kindly loaned by Derek Allen (Land Rover Series Two Club)

The Heritage Motor Centre Run will set off on Sunday at 10.00 hrs from Lode Lane Works for the drive through the Warwickshire countryside to Gaydon, where the various "sections" of the cavalcade will re-group before driving down the central roadway to the Arena. Entry into the cavalcade costs 10 per vehicle and this includes the Rally-plate, route-card and a limited edition commemorative plaque. The fee also covers free access to the Museum and grounds for the driver, one adult passenger and all children under 16 years. Other passengers in 'Run' vehicles will need to pre-purchase their admission tickets (at the special discounted rate of 5 for the weekend) direct from Jane Roche at H.M.C. - phone no. below.

This discounted weekend rate for admission is available to all A.R.C. members, not just those entering a vehicle in "The Run", provided you pre-purchase your discounted tickets, but remember, the driver of a Land Rover product and under 16's get free entry anyway. If you do not pre-purchase discounted tickets, you will be charged the normal price of 6 per day at the kiosks.

Camping is available, to members of A.R.C.-affiliated clubs only, on The Meadow within the Centre's grounds from noon Friday 16th June until noon Monday 19th June, and pre-booking is essential due to limited places available. Range Rover Register members should book their camping with their own club on the form they will already have received. Non-A.R.C. members can obtain details of nearby sites from Jane Roche at H.M.C.

There are still places available for Sunday's "Heritage Motor Centre Run" and some campsite places on The Meadow. If you are intending entering, please complete the application form circulated with ARC NEWS no. 32 - March 2000 (and repeated again at the back of this issue) and send it off to me, Chris Savidge (Snr), very soon (phone no. below)

Clubs interested in having a display stand at H.M.C. on Land Rover Marque Day (18th June) should contact Jane Roche, H.M.C. Events Manager as soon as possible.

Useful telephone numbers:-
Heritage Motor Centre - Events Manager - Jane Roche 01926 645120
Range Rover Register - Event Organiser - Chris Elliott 01676 534756
H.M.C. Run - Event Co-ordinator - Chris Savidge (Snr) 0115 926 7716

Late entries, either for participation in Saturday's Range Rover Birthday Event, or for Sunday's H.M.C. Run, should be made to the relevant Event Organiser / Co-ordinator as above.

THE 'ALL-ROVER WEEKEND'
26th to 28th AUGUST 2000, at the N.A.C., Stoneleigh, Warwickshire

The first, and most important point to get over about this event, is that it is for both Rover Car owning members and for Land Rover product owning members of A.R.C. Clubs! The second is to tell you that you will definitely not be overcome by boredom whilst you are there! Not only will there be plenty to interest the Rover Car and Land Rover enthusiasts on the A.R.C.'s displays, but the Town & Country Festival, of which we are a part, in the "Motor World" Section, which has over 50 clubs displaying examples of the world's motoring heritage, is made up of three other 'sections'.

"Live World" is concerned with entertainment, from pets for the children, gymnastics and motor cycle displays to steel bands and medieval jousting.

"Countryside World" features British food and farming, with live demonstrations and a chance to partake in country sports.

"Shopping and Leisure World" is a haven for shoppers of all tastes and ages with 700 stalls selling just about anything. There are also vast antiques and craft shows on site. You will need all of the three days just to look at it!

So far, three A.R.C. Clubs have offered special displays, including The Land Rover Register (1948-1953), The 101 Forward Control Club and Register, who are celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the 101" Land Rover, and The Range Rover Register who will have special displays marking 30 years of Range Rover (and 15 years of their Club). R.R.R. will also be running their off-road rides, raising money for The Air Ambulance Association - their current adopted charity.

In this connection, R.R.R. propose to stage a presentation in the Grand Ring which will include a staged road traffic accident, attended by Range Rovers used by the emergency services - and maybe even an Air Ambulance. The Range Rover Register need your help, and that of the Show's visitors, to exceed their total raised at last year's event, when they donated 3000 to "Hearing Dogs for Deaf People".

The Royal Agricultural Society, on whose showground the Festival is held, have again given A.R.C. permission to organise a 4 x 4 Concours (for vehicles up to 1985) and have generously agreed to provide three trophies for this. Rover car owners can enter the Festival's existing Concours, in the appropriate class.

Members requiring an entry form for either Concours please contact me on 0115 926 7716 for an entry form which, in the case of a car entry, needs to be returned to me by 5th July 2000.

Costs to members displaying their vehicle on our display stand (or helping with the off-road courtesy rides) have been held at the same rates as in 1998 and 1999. Details can be found in the booking sheet at the back of this ARC NEWS. Please use the form, either day visitor or caravan/camping, that suits your intended participation in this event. Please note that all cheques should be made payable to "R.A.S.E.", and posted to me at the address given on the forms.
Chris Savidge (Snr) 0115 926 7716

UPDATE ON ARC 2000 INTERNATIONAL RALLY 27th - 29th May
Hants & Berks Rover Owners Club

ARC2000 - The final countdown

As this edition of ARC News goes to press there are just six weeks to go and everything is looking good.

The sponsorship of the event has come together very well, thanks to the hard work and enthusiasm of our Trade and Sponsor manager, and now features:

National RTV Trial: Goodyear 4x4 Tyres
National CCV Trial, Programme, Rally pack bags and kids colouring competition: Land Rover World Magazine
National Comp. Safari and Marshals Tabards: Kingsley Cross Country
National Team Recovery: DLR Dunsfold
Concours D'Elegance: Land Rover Monthly Magazine (LRM)
Scenic Drive: Hunters Land Rover, Guildford
Gymkhana and VIP/Traders Marquee: Keith Gott Land Rovers
Website and Clothing: 4x4 Web

In addition there will an extensive array of trade stands including:
Goodyear, Land Rover World Magazine, Kingsley Cross Country, DLR Dunsfold, Land Rover Monthly Magazine (LRM), Hunters Land Rover, Keith Gott Land Rovers, Great Outdoors, Lift and Crane Services, BDR Trading Surplus, Rogue Outdoor Gear, Essex Military Surplus, 4 All Fours and CB Trading Company.

If there are any last minute offers of sponsorship, please call Maxine Leverett on 01252 659611.

There will also be a number of static/active displays, including: Dunsfold's collection of rare and unusual Land Rovers, the Medway Military Vehicles Group, Radio-controlled Off-Road models, Rally Cars from the Association of Central Southern Motor Clubs, and maybe some large interesting green vehicles from the local heavy mob.

As we go to press, there is still plenty of camping space (we've planned for a 1000 spaces) and there are still a few slots left in the entry lists for both trials and the Comp Safari, so if you haven't booked do it now, - it really is your last chance and we'd hate to disappoint you.

The Gymkhana, Concours D'Elegance, Scenic drive and trailer reversing are all being organised to take place during the weekend on a "pay-on-the-day" basis and we will announce timings in the rally programme.

There is a stunning selection of very good quality clothing available with the event logo embroidered, all of which can be seen on the ARC2000 website (www.4x4web.co.uk/ARC2000). It is not intended to hold a full selection at the event itself, so please order in advance, for collection on the weekend to guarantee the choice, colour and size you require. To place your order or for further details please call Jackie Pocock on 01264 710546.

The plans for a dramatic opening ceremony are progressing, so make sure you arrive, if you can, for the 18.30 opening show on Friday evening. Greene King will be providing evening entertainment and liquid refreshment throughout the weekend, and more solid consumables will be available everyday from breakfast to supper from a range of caterers.

The arena should be busy much of the time, with Dog show, vehicle demonstrations, the infamous tug-o-war, wellie throwing and a team event to " pull the 101". There will be a series of vehicle displays and processions, as well as a "vehicles for sale" show in the arena.

To keep the kids happy, there will be a kiddies play area for under fives, something bouncy for the older ones, Paint the Landie, kids races in the arena and of course the infamous kids bike trial.

Plus, we'll have the ARC2000 Raffle Draw on Sunday evening with some great prizes including some very generous donations from Goodyear and Pete Wilford.

The www.4x4web.co.uk/ARC2000 website has all the latest news and views, and will be kept updated up to and throughout the event. See the website for maps, accommodation, what's-on, clothing, SR's and all other things ARC2000! For more information, call Maureen Ridden for entries on 01794 514834 or general enquiries on 01264 710546.

By the time this reaches you it will be just 2 or 3 weeks to go and counting.........so hope to see you all at ARC 2000! .

Ashley Pocock - Event Director

ARC 2000 International Rally - Concours event

Those of us who have read "Land Rover Monthly" (LRM) April issue and ARC News March issue will now be left in no doubt that this year, both ARC and Hants & Berks Rover Owners Club are very supportive of not only the "non-competitive" interest generally, but also the Concours D'Elegance event at the International Rally. It is worth mentioning here that this year will not be a "one-off" either - the host club for the 2001 International Rally (Cornwall & Devon LRC) tell me that they, too, want to see a greater involvement in the rally from "non-competitive members", and will run a concours event embracing both Land Rover Products and Rover cars next year. LRM unfortunately used my old list of Trophies, which did not include the Rover Sports Register Cup for best Rover car in the concours. The working vehicle class for Land Rover products has been expanded to two classes, each with a first and second place trophy. One class will cover original condition working vehicles and the other the everyday working vehicle without judging on originality.

So it is entirely without apology for the repetition, that I exhort ARC members to attend the rally, either camping with us, or taking advantage of the favourable day visitor rates of 5 per car per single day or 10 per car for the whole 3 days. An entry into the concours on the Sunday, either in the Working Vehicle section (Land Rover Products) or the traditional concours classes covering both Land Rover Products and Rover cars, would be even better!
Chris Savidge Snr

PROPOSED NEW CLUB FOR LAND ROVER DISCOVERY OWNERS

The same handful of enthusiasts who put together a successful display at last years A.R.C, "All Rover Weekend" at Stoneleigh have decided, with a little help from their friends, that the time has come to launch a new club for owners of the Discovery, are you interested?

Launched in 1989 as Land Rovers first foray into the 'Lifestyle 4x4' market, with its stylish looks and ability to seat 7, powered by the economical new Tdi engine, it was an instant success. During this relatively short life to date (by Land Rover standards!) it has also established itself as a fine off-roader and workhorse. For 8 of its 10 years it has been the mainstay of the Camel Trophy, in jungles and deserts all over the world, always with the Tdi and always with great success. The emergency services have also adopted it (sometimes with a 16" 'stretch') along with military users and roadside rescue services. For these commercial users the combination of a practical spacious body, married to rugged Land Rover greasy bits and rounded off with an economical and powerful diesel engine, provided a whole new experience.

As with the Range Rover before it, the vast majority of owners during the early years were not the traditional enthusiasts of the marque. In fact, for a large number of these early owners, Discovery was probably their first introduction to life with a 4x4, having defected from more conventional estate cars to deliver Land Rovers marketing objective. Now, after the introduction of the 300 series (face-lifted) Series IA, and more recently the 'same but different' Series II, many of the earlier Series I vehicles are selling at prices within the reach of a greater number of Land Rover 'nuts'.

This means two things.
* Firstly a whole new group of traditional enthusiasts are now able to savour that historically elusive combination of a damn good off-roader, a practical 'family friendly body style' and an engine which won't break the bank every time you turn the ignition key.
* Secondly, a new generation of drivers are being introduced to the Land Rover Experience for the first time, because a second-hand Discovery is now an affordable alternative to a super-mini or family hatchback when the time comes to replace the aging family battle wagon.
The Discovery Club doesn't exist yet, and it won't do unless you help to create it. So, do you want to be in at the start of what could be the next big Land Rover Club?
To register your interest as a potential member, even better if you've got some skills or experience of starting and running a club, please send an SAE to John Capewell, Seasons, Porth-y-Green Close, Llanblethian, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan CF71 7JR, or email John.Capewell@tesco.net.

CAPTAIN JOHN WILSON - NORH WALES LAND ROVER CLUB

We are very sorry to inform you of the death of Captain John Wilson, from Bangor, North Wales.

John was N.W.L.R.C.'s Rescue Representative and Sunday Scenic Drive Organiser, and also a very active Committee Member.

John passed away whilst driving an RTVT section in Harlech, North Wales, on Sunday 9th April. John was an avid trialer and, if it can be any consolation to his family, his last moments were spent doing something he thoroughly enjoyed.

Our deepest sympathy goes out to John's wife Linda, and the whole family. John will be missed very much by all at N.W.L.R.C.

Colin Parry
Chairman N.W.L.R.C.

NEW ARC RADIATOR BADGES

After having sold out of the first batch, fresh supplies of the new type ARC radiator badges have been secured and are now available from ARC Non Competitive Clubs Co-ordinator, Chris Savidge. The badges are in stainless steel with polished stainless steel lettering over a maroon background to the ARC Viking Ship design. Fixing holes are provided. Priced at 7.50 plus 1 for post and packing you can obtain yours by sending a cheque made payable to "Association of Rover Clubs Ltd" for 8.50 to:

Chris Savidge, Wicketwood House, 86, Spring Lane, Lambley, Nottingham. NG4 4PG
Club Shop co-ordinators should contact Chris for details about "bulk" supplies.

COMPETITION NEWS _ URGENT SAFETY INFORMATION FROM MSA -15/3/00

TO ALL EVENT OFFICIALS, COMPETITORS AND CLUB COMMITTEES

We have been advised that due to an accident the following safety precautions must be implemented immediately.

A STOP across the line or the use of a 'box' to stop in at the end of a Comp. Safari SHOULD NOT be used.
When crossing the finishing line (Competitive Safari, Hill Rally), a run off area of at least 100m should be taped off on both sides of the course to allow for a deceleration run off area.
Vehicles should not stop, park or loiter in this area (other competitors will be behind you). Competitors should not remove helmets or release seat belts until they have cleared the area and then 5mph should be enforced. Failure to implement these safety precautions could invalidate your permit for the event.

Please do not forget to double tape the finish area to keep spectators well clear.

The clerk of the course will also keep in mind to use the natural terrain and obstacles to slow the competitors down as they cross the finishing line. Do not have a fast finish and a 90-degree bend on the line.

It has also been pointed out that non-competitive vehicles should not be in the competition area. All marshals and recovery vehicles should be positioned by the clerk of the course in safe areas.
If you require further information, contact the ARC scrutineering committee who will advise you.

When we have further information, we will inform you through your club or through ARC NEWS.

We have been advised by Ian Davis MSARAC Off Road Committee to inform you of these recommendations as quickly as possible.

H.Carman - MSARAC off road committee.

COMPETITION NEWS - ARC CLUB EVENTS

FORWARD DATES FOR YOUR DIARY - ARC CLUB OPEN EVENTS - DETAILS AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE - CLUB COMPETITION SECRETARIES PLEASE USE ARC NEWS

LINCOLNSHIRE LAND ROVER CLUB - TIMED TRIAL 22nd & 23rd JULY 2000

Invitation Two day team trial with the same format as the Eastnor (50th) National Timed Trial. ARC Clubs invited to enter teams of three for this event. Six sections on Saturday and six sections Sunday. Flat camping field in Lincolnshire Wolds, with bar in the evenings plus BBQs for socialising. The fee is 50 per team payable to LLRC. No limited on numbers of teams per club but only first 25 teams guaranteed a place. Trial will run to new rules in the 2000 Blue Book for timed trials, all other ASR's to Green Book. Closing date for entries is 1 May 2000. Please apply to Carole Cavill, 6,Hall Farm, Binbrook, Lincs LN3 6BW Tel 01472 399746 compsec.llrc@virgin net

August Bank Holiday Weekend

NORTH WALES LAND ROVER CLUB - BALA 2000 AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY 25th - 28th

Why not join NWLRC in picturesque Bala, North Wales this August Bank Holiday. The club are returning for the third successive year to the Landcraft site at Llandderfel. Scenic Drive with the emphasis on scenic, TYRO Trial, Gymkhana, Bike Trial, Dog Show, RTV Trial, CCV Trial, Comp Safari and Adventure Drive. Contact the Rally Secretary, Dave Cuthbert (Bala 2000) 25 Sunningdale Avenue, Colwyn Bay, LL29 6DF - 01492 534417. Bookings before 30th June attract a 10% discount!

September

9th/10th The Majors Memorial Trial - Eastnor - Midland ROC

23rd/24th Southern ROC -Team Two Day Trial.

November

11th/12th Somerset and Wilts ROC - Mendip Challenge

OTHER NON- COMPETETIVE EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

SHACKERSTONE 2000 FESTIVAL 2nd/3rd SEPTEMBER 2000-04-13

Situated neat to A444 on the Leicestershire/Warwickshire border this event is a steam and transport event with a difference. In addition to all the usual exhibits there are steam train rides on the Battlefield line, the station is adjacent to the showground as is the Ashby canal where narrow boats will be on display and canal trips available. Caravan facilities. Details from Neil Bonser 01827 880036 e mail shackerstone2000@Yahoo.co.uk. This event is suitable for cars and Land Rovers.

SURREY 4x4 AUTOJUMBLE - CAPEL SURREY - SUNDAY 4th JUNE 2000-03-15

Now in its third year this is a popular event which grows in size each time it's held. Located 20 minutes south of junction 9 of M25 on A24 to Capel (South of Dorking). Details (01306) 711069

CLASSIC CAR EVENT - ELSECAR HERITAGE MUSEUM - 18th JUNE 2000

Elsecar is near Barnsley, Yorkshire. This classic car event is open to all Rover car and Land Rover products. Everyone gets a plaque. Contact Laurence Mitchell 01226 - 205821

MID-LINCS ROVER CLUB - EAST KIKBY AVIATION MUSEUM - "HOME OF THE LANCASTER" _Nr SPILSBY, LINCOLNSHIRE - 2 JULY 2000

The Mid Lincs Rover Club invite entries from Rover car enthusiasts to a Rally to be held on Sunday 2 July 2000 from 10am onwards at the "Home of the Lancaster", East Kirkby Aviation Museum Nr. Spilsby, Lincolnshire. A plaque will be available to all participants who register before the end of May. Entry to the rally is by paying a reduced Museum Fee of 3.00 per car including all passengers, which also allows entrance to the Museum and use of all facilities. (Facilities for the disabled are available) Dogs are permitted on a lead please. The Rally is open to ALL Rover Models. East Kirkby is situated on the A155 at the village of East Kirkby. Entry forms are available from the Rally Secretary;

Bryan Leggate, The Old Smithy, Old Bollingbroke, SPILSBY, Lincs, PE23 4HG, Tel: 01790 763344

ALL ROVER RALLY - BEAMISH OPEN AIR MUSEUM -16th JULY 2000

Beamish Open Air Museum is in County Durham. There are 2 adult passes to t he museum free to each vehicle on display, (other passengers must pay normal admission charges). This event is open to Rover cars and Land Rovers. Some camping facilities available. Please contact Barry Gill, P6 Rover Owners Club Regional Organiser on 0191-373-4806.

VALLANCE BY-WAYS SUMMER SHOW 2000: 24th/25th June 2000

The Southern Counties Historic Vehicles Preservation Trust (SCHVPT) invite A.R.C. members to take part in this Show, which is held close to Gatwick Airport. There are sections covering all the usual classes - Classic Cars, Land Rovers, Commercials, Fire Engines, Tractors, etc., and the venue is a disused airfield where there are vintage 'planes on display, and even an off-road course. All the usual "supporting attractions", and exhibitors get a commemorative plaque.

For further details and an entry form, write to Stephen & Natalie Eastman at 16 Monarch Close, Bewbush, Crawley, W.Sussex, RH11 8JH, enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope. Please state in which section you would wish to exhibit - Land Rover, Classic Car, or Military. Whilst they are mainly looking for pre-1980 vehicles, later dated exhibits may be accepted at the organisers' discretion.

THIS NEWSLETTER IS PRINTED AND CIRCULATED TO ARC MEMBERS COURTESY OF ROVER GROUP LTD

Association of Rover Clubs Ltd. Limited by Guarantee Registered in England No. 1806788
Registered Office, 65 Longmead Avenue, Hazel Grove, Stockport, SK7 5PJ

LAND ROVER MARQUE DAY
THE HERITAGE MOTOR CENTRE, GAYDON
16/18th JUNE 2000
BOOKING FORM

BLOCK CAPITALS PLEASE

Name................................................................... Date ..............................
Address.......................................................................................................
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Postcode .......................... Telephone.................................................
Club............................................................ Membership no............................
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1. The Third Heritage Motor Centre Run--Solihull to Gaydon--Sunday 18th June.
Vehicle Model & Description..............................................................................
Special Features/ Equipment...............................................................................
Year of manufacture................... Reg. No.......................................................
Entry Fee = 10. Deposit required with this form = 5.
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2. ARC Caravanning/ camping reservation--16th/ 18th June.
Vehicle type..................................................... Reg. No...............................
Pitch required for -------- CARAVAN*/ TENT*/ CAMPING IN VEHICLE*.
Fees are:- 1 night =7 ; 2 nights = 12; 3 nights = 18;
Nights required Friday*/ Saturday* / Sunday * Deposit with this form = 7.
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1 enclose herewith a deposit as required above for
1. HMC Run 5.*
2. ARC caravan pitch. 7.*
3. Both- 12.* *DELETE AS REQUIRED

All cheques / postal orders to be made payable to 'BMIHT'
Please note that due to the administration costs involved, deposits are non-returnable.

Please return this form, with your deposit, to: -
Chris Savidge (Snr), 86 Spring Lane, Lambley, Nottingham, NG4 4PG.

IMPORTANT
1. Please use whichever of the two booking forms below that suits your intended participation in the event.
2. The concessionary rate for caravan/camping pitches is only available to members exhibiting their Land Rover product or Rover car on the A.R.C. display (or those using their vehicle for R.R.R. courtesy rides on the off-road course).

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A.R.C. ALL ROVER WEEKEND RALLY 2000

AT THE TOWN & COUNTRY FESTIVAL, STONELEIGH PARK, WARWICKSHIRE
26th - 27th - 28th AUGUST 2000

DAY VISITOR BOOKING

Name: ...................................................................... Telephone No:.................................
Address: .................................................................................................................................
.................................................................................. Club................... Mem.no: .............
Vehicle to be displayed: .......................................... Year: ............ Reg.no:....................

Days vehicle will be displayed: Sat 26th / Sun 27th / Mon 28th (Delete as appropriate)
I require:
A vehicle display pass F.O.C.
......... * Additional ADULT 1-day Show entry tickets @ 6 ........
......... * Additional CHILD 1-day Show entry tickets @ 3 ........
......... * Additional ADULT 3-day Show entry tickets @ 16 ........
......... * Additional CHILD 3-day Show entry tickets @ 7 .........
......... * Additional SENIOR CITIZEN (60+) 1-day Show entry tickets @ 3 ........
......... * Additional SENIOR CITIZEN (60+) 3-day Show entry tickets @ 7 ........
I enclose a cheque (Payable to "R.A.S.E.") for:- Total
*Remember, Two adult show entry tickets come free with your vehicle display pass.

Please return this form to: Chris Savidge (Snr), 86 Spring Lane, Lambley, Nottingham, NG4 4PG
TO ARRIVE BEFORE Thursday 20th July 2000 & enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope
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A.R.C. ALL ROVER WEEKEND RALLY 2000
AT THE TOWN & COUNTRY FESTIVAL, STONELEIGH PARK, WARWICKSHIRE
26th - 27th - 28th AUGUST 2000
CARAVAN/ CAMPING BOOKING

Name: ...................................................................... Telephone No:..............................................
Address: .............................................................................................................................................
.................................................................................. Club........................ Mem.no: .....................
Vehicle to be displayed: ................................... Towing vehicle if different:..........................
Do you require 2nd vehicle pass?................
I will be :- Caravanning / Camping in a tent / Camping in Vehicle (Delete as appropriate)
Is your caravan or camper vehicle in excess of 20ft (6.1 mtrs) in length? .....................................
Is your caravan door on the nearside or offside of the 'van? .........................................................
I require:
......... Evening access passes for the evening entertainment: F.O.C.
......... Caravan or camping pitches @ 20 (See note 2 above) ........
......... * Additional ADULT 3-day Show entry tickets @ 16 ........
......... * Additional SENIOR CITIZEN (60+) 3-day Show entry tickets @ 7 ........
......... Additional CHILD 3-day Show entry tickets @ 7 ........
(Child: = 5 to 15 yrs. Under 5 yrs Free)
I enclose a cheque (Payable to "R.A.S.E.") for:- Total .......
*Remember, Two adult 3-DAY show entry tickets come FREE to exhibitors who pay for a caravan or camping pitch and who display/use their vehicle within the A.R.C.'s display/ demonstration area on the Showground.Please return this form to: Chris Savidge (Snr), 86 Spring Lane, Lambley, Nottingham, NG4 4PG. TO ARRIVE BEFORE Thursday 20th July 2000 & enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope.
ARC News Spring Special Issue May 2000 Page 10

Please Note - ARC News Distribution

Just a reminder that address updates are only done three times per year. The closing dates for clubs to send information are 1st March, 1st July and 1st November. If you change your address you need to ensure your club has registered your change of address and has then passed that change on in your club's next update to the ARC. The responsibility for getting any change of address to the ARC rests with your club. Any club, which has missed two updates, will be removed from the circulation list until a new address update is received. Please be aware that with the exception of duplicates, (which may arise if you belong to more than one club) all address errors should be directed towards your club. With a circulation list of over 10,000 addresses, the ARC cannot handle address changes. Club member address lists/updates to Andrew Neaves please - address as above in previous item. Thank you.

IMPORTANT - Participation at any competitive event or show is at your own risk. Although the ARC is happy to publicise such events it does not act as an agent for the organisers. Statements or opinions expressed in ARC News are not necessarily those of the ARC Council. You are advised to obtain independent advice on matters involving safety, finance or legislation.

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