Our team has now been deployed with help being given to transport logistics.
We have a vacancy for the role of Club Scrutineer
Are you able to help us out at trials. Do you have a reasonable mechanical knowledge of Land Rovers and understand the trialling regulations. If the answer is no but you would like to give the role a try, don’t worry, there will be plenty of help and advice to get you going. Just get in touch with Mark and he will let you know what is required. There is no liability with this role as you are purely there to check vehicles are eligible and safety components function (brakes, seat belts etc.) The onus is always on the driver to present the vehicle in a safe and compliant condition.
We may look to get two scrutineers one for Tyro and RTV and one for CCV.
Our 4×4 Response team is on standby for the expected snow overnight tonight, ready to assist other agencies.
This month we will be Laning on Sunday 25 November in and around Essex.
Details will be circulated to Members who have booked in the previous Wednesday.
If you would like to have a go at Leading select LEADER and the Laning Officer will be in contact.
Welcome to the new look website, created to make it easier to find the information you need, whether using a desktop, tablet or mobile phone.
Please bear with us whilst the committee populate their individual areas with relevant information.
The first of a new type of event was held on Sunday 12th August. A group of club members met at The Hare for a Classic Road Run.
A good day was had by all visiting some local attractions including Priors Hall Barn at Widdington. Read all about it in the next edition of Exploits.
Mike Rowland was awarded the annual award for Outstanding Contribution at the AGM but wasn’t able to be there to collect it.
Rover Rescue and Charity Support co-ordinator Nigel Wood presented the award at the recent Race for Life event at Epping.
Nigel thanked Mike for all his hard work on call out during the winter snow and his support of the Race for Life events.