Yorkshire Section | Alfa Romeo Owners Club

Yorkshire Section

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Organised by Ripon Old Cars, in late July every year they bring you a Classic Car Gathering at Ripon Racecourse which also includes motorcycles, tractors, Car Clubs and Specialist Car stands.
 
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Our regular monthly meetings continue this month at The Bay Horse in Green Hammerton. We should have plenty to talk about as several of our members were due to take delivery of their new Alfa Romeos in the last month or two so no doubt we'll get the chance to hear about their experiences; good or bad!
 
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Breakfast meetings are one of our Section's most well-attended happenings, being relaxed and informal usually taking place on Sunday mornings and so, by popular demand, we'll make our Section's second visit of the year to the widely-regarded Waterwheel Tearooms and Bistro at Howden on Sunday June 16. The venue, being motoring memorabilia-themed, can accurately be described as a Mecca for Petroheads.
 
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Our Section's premier event is the the Italian Car & Motorcycle Day (IT-CAM 4) Newby Hall and Gardens Ripon, which is open to all Italian car and motorcycle owners and enthusiasts!
 
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We in the Yorkshire Section have visited and supported the Scottish Section's Scottish Italian Car Days many times previously during the last decade, most notably when they were held at Craigtoun Country Club near St Andrews and Cairnie Fruit Farm near Cupar in Fife.
 

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Following our joint meeting with the AROC Lincolnshire Section in April, we return to our regular venue at The Bay Horse for our May Section meeting. With summer hopefully on the way, the lighter nights will give us the chance to wile away an hour or two in the pub's spacious car park mingling among our cars.

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With the onset of lighter nights, we once again returned to The Reindeer Inn at Sandtoft near Doncaster for another of our popular joint Section meetings with our friends and colleagues from the Lincolnshire Section. There was an exceptional turn-out of members from both of our Sections with close on forty locals making the trip for our convivial get-together.
 
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Spring Alfa Day at Beaulieu - being held so far down south this year - was far too far away from us and as such didn't justify the many hours driving and the associated expense involved. So, we held an alternative event for those of us who chose not to endure the long trip down the country to Hampshire and to save ourselves the cost of any overnight accommodation incurred as a consequence.
 


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