East Anglia Section | Alfa Romeo Owners Club

East Anglia Section

The EAST ANGLIA section of the Alfa Romeo Owners' Club meet on the last Wednesday of the month. The regular meeting place varies, so please check our web site for the location of forthcoming meetings. You can contact the section via the secretary, Clare Horne, tel. 07730 581363, email clarehorne@alfa44.freeserve.co.uk.

 Hello All

I trust you are well.

We were on for a great gathering at our October monthly meet on the 27th at Horningsea, sadly last minute illness, work commitments, the A14 being closed, cut us down from a rowdy 16 plus to a jolly 8 on the day! Image attached.

If you are planning to come to the November Lunch and AGM and havnt already let me know, now is the time! There is a while to go before I need the final attendees for the Christmas meal.

Remembrance Run 7th November

Hi all

I trust you are well.

Firstly I would like to thank Malcolm for plotting, printing and delivering the Tulip route books for the Suffolk Drive although he himself couldn't make the drive. It was a great route with some lovely driving roads and mostly free of traffic too. I have attached a few images below. All being well, next year we will be doing a Norfolk and a Cambridge drive again too. In the meantime;


Hi All

Firstly, it seems the section filled the podium at the recent karting event at Red Lodge, with a section member Alex taking the top step. Sorry for the omission Alex, photo below;

Following on from the last newsletter, note amendments in RED! If you intend to come on the Suffolk Drive and haven’t as yet (thank you for those that have) let me know please do, so far we look to be having a good turnout but there is no limit on numbers!

Hello Everyone

I trust you are all well and yet to be pinged!

I hope those that came to the Helmingham Hall Festival of Classic and Sports Cars had a good time; the Prosecco and laughter certainly flowed, perhaps the two are related?

I have attached a photos for your interest, see the link to the  section Facebook page below for more images.

Hi All


Firstly well done to the section member’s that made it to and from Bicester, I hope you all thought it worth the trip, shame about the grey weather and the road works in Milton Keynes! But what a selection of cars. I have attached a couple of photos for those that couldn’t make it.


Coming up we have;


Hi All 

I hope those that made the May Zoom talk by Guy Swarbrick enjoyed it as much as we did. The trials and tribulations of getting accreditation to get the other side of the barrier! The splinter through the leg was pretty gory, even though I had seen it before. Some talk images mages below! As you can see from the images it wasnt all Alfas, lots of cycling, aviation, track athletics and some of the many firms he has worked for. Most entertaining. Thank you again Guy.

 Just a reminder for this Saturday;


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