We were joined by two visitors from East Saxons.
Thanks to East Anglia Practical Classics for their invitation to Abbott & Stour to joint their run and show at Aldeburgh seafront
Attended by Peter & Maureen Hudspith, Stewart Hurrell, Vince & Debbie Baker
12 car stand including 4 visitors from Chiltern and 1 from Leicestershire.
16 of us enjoyed breakfast at The Copper Kettle, Kelsey Mill following an organised scenic run through Suffolk. Attended by Graham & Jennie Thomas, Derek & Lynda Symonds, Peter & Maureen Hudspith, Rob & Rosie Easlea, Stewart & Sally Hurrel, Jim & Sue, David & Irene Tydeman, Vince & Debbie Baker.
6 TR’s a Peerless GT & Morris pickup attended with Paul Murrell, Peter & Maureen Hudspith, Bob Bell, Dick Moore, Graham & Jennie Thomas, David & Irene Tydeman, John Reid & Linsey, Stewart & Sally Hurrell, Vince Baker.
14 TR's enjoy the sunshine. With 6 from Abbott and Stour and 3 from Wensum.
Attended by Vic Russo (Green TR3), Dick Moore (Red TR6) and Stewart Hurrell (Blue TR6)
Attended by Bob Bell (Red TR4a), Peter Hudspith (Peerless), Stewart Hurrell (Blue TR6)
Attended by A&S's Colin Sparrow (Green TR4a), Rob Easlea and Vince Baker
Attended by David & Irene Tydeman (Red TR5), Stewart & Sally Hurrell (Blue TR6), Jim & Sue (Jag), and Vince & Debbie Baker (Red TR4a)
Attended by Mark Marshal (Red TR2), David & Irene Tydeman (Red TR5) and Stewart & Sally Hurrell (Blue TR6)
Seven cars made the 40 mile run taking in the autumn colours and finishing at the Mill House in Saxted Green for Sunday lunch.
Seven cars turned up for Robin and Rosie's Autumn Leaves Run. The weather was a little cool but it remained dry for the run. The route took us down country lanes which showed off the autumn colours and we ended up at The Ostrich in Castle Acre where we enjoyed a good meal. Some of the group stretched their legs in the afternoon and had a wander around the castle ruins before heading home.