A weekend gathering organised by Y Ddraig Goch group
Read the account of our 'Drive It' day under Social reports - here are some photos taken as we met; at Prinknash Abbey, enjoying coffee; at the (muddy) Tyndale Monument; at the Bristol Aerospace Museum viewing Concorde and many other planes, and later enjoying a chat before setting off for home.
On our visit we were given a set of postcards with images of the bridge over the last 2 - 250 years. These are reproduced here.
13 Wye Dean members, and 2 guests from Glavon enjoyed a really interesting tour of Monmouth, visiting sites of historic interest that spanned many centuries
We tested the grey matter as well as the driving skills for this meet - read the full description under 'Social Reports'
19 Wye Dean members had a great day out, with the main focus a trip on the Mon & Brec canal. Andrea's sent in some of her photos - many thanks Andrea.
Just 3 of us went to Shelsley Walsh for this event, and although the weather forecast was awful, we enjoyed sunshine for most of the day. It's many years since 'Tud' & I have been to a hill climb, so along with Rod's good company it made for a really enjoyable day. Rod took these action photos, including one of Donald Campbell's cars. Meanwhile, some of our Wye Dean members attended the talk by Stuart Turner organised by Glavon group, and reported another great day out.
A beautiful setting, and perfect weather - what more could you want....oh yes, a host of TRs of every description!
Rob & Sue organised our day out to visit Stokesay - read an account of the day under the Social scene entry
8 members in 5 TRs met up for the drive to visit the Haynes International Motor museum
A few reminders of an excellent day - the meeting place was Kilpeck Church, famous for its Norman carvings, then chance to take in the views from beneath Hay Bluff after a very narrow section of road, and lastly the line up of TReasures to give a sense of scale of the huge satellite dish at Madley.....well, and to show off the cars! Thank you Kevin for the photos.
2 of us joined Glavon group for a tour of the docks on February 12th
For our last drive of the 2016 season, we met at Hereford for the scenic drive to RAF Cosford - read the full account on the Social report
Sian & Martin invited us to their lovely home to in September for an informal 'bring & share' afternoon - the weather was kind, the company excellent, and the shared 'eats' delicious.
20 Wye Dean members met up at our regular venue for the annual BBQ
A gathering of Classic and Vintage cars at the Church of St Mary, Craswall
A few reminders of our day's drive to Devil's Bridge - with thanks to Andy West of Glavon group for some of the images.
A few reminders of a really enjoyable drive in good company - including the ubiquitous line up of cars!!
A good turnout of Wye Dean members plus 2 prospective new members for a great drive on a beautiful Spring Day. See a full account in the Social scene area.
On a blustery day, 12 of us in 5 TRs and 2 'interlopers' met up to marvel at the construction of this bridge, and make the crossing of the River Usk, both on foot by climbing the many steps and walking over the gangways in the sky....well, a bit of an exaggeration, but nevertheless, very high, and via the Gondola. After, we enjoyed lunch at the Waterloo Hotel. Read a full account in the Social Scene section
After a drive through the Black & White villages of Herefordshire, we arrived at Berrington Hall for the final visit of 2015
A beautiful drive to reach our destination - Pwll Mawr...Big Pit
It's always breezy at Rhossili, but the sun shone, and we had great fun.
We were well represented at the IWE, with 4 cars entered in the various competitions
We joined Glavon for a really interesting visit to the Jet Age Museum at Claverton in March 2015
In November 2014 we marked the 30th Anniversary of the formation of Wye Dean Group with a lunch at the historic Skirrid Inn
In August 2014, we stopped off at the Kymin in Monmouth before heading to Fownhope for a BBQ at Julian & Bev's.
A fabulous drive in stunning countryside on 22nd June 2014