Hi, welcome to the pages for the Devon Group. If you're in the area, why not come along to say hello! We generally meet on the first Friday of the month from 8pm at The Rising Sun, Woodland, TQ13 7JT; also 7.30pm on the third Friday of the month at the Halfway House, Willand EX15 2RF and the third Sunday of the month at lunchtime at various venues. Contact Alan Burgess. Mobile No. 07964 970 960. E-mail email@example.com
For more information and dates regarding our calendar please click on Future Events or look at the attached pdf TRR-Devon-Calendar-2017-Sept.pdf (updated 13 Sept)
The Devon group was originally part of the Devon and Cornwall Group way back in 1977. But as you can imagine the
geographical distances that members had to travel inspired Phillip Drinkwater to
set up the TR Devon Group in the summer of 1978. He was the first elected Group
Leader. There has been many Group Leaders between 1978 and the present day, all
of those past and present committee members have been instrumental to the
ongoing success of the Devon membership currently running at approximately 170
across the county.
Through the TR Register our World wide club, we support and encompass the whole of the TR marquee from TR2 – TR8. You will always be welcome at our gatherings finding stimulating conversations on many aspects of life and the proud ownership of our members' individual cars.
Support and technical information with hands on help is always available being passed between members, friends and enthusiasts. We welcome partners, family and friends to join us at our regular monthly meetings.
Why not come along to one of our meetings where you are assured of a warm welcome whether you have a TR or not. With Devon being a large county you may live at the other end, but would like to meet other members with the same interest so please let us know, so we could arrange a Sunday lunch in you area.
Our Devon Group AGM was held on 4 November and the minutes of the meeting are here: 2016-TRR-Devon-AGM-Minutes.pdf
Here is some information and photos from those early days - see if you recognise anyone!? Archive.pdf