We’ve taken our cars to various places around the country. Here is a list of meets and events that we have been to in the past.

This is the first time the club has attended this event and it did not disappoint.

First class organisation directed the cars to our parking area, all marked out with our name.

The setting was amazing. With the backdrop of the beautiful Castle and superb grounds the vast number and variety of cars was a feast for the eyes.

This is the first time the club has attended this show as a suggestion from our member David Cross.

And what a show is was. The array of vehicles was huge, from motorbikes to military vehicles with vintage and modern commercial vehicles and cars of all ages including many American cars.

We were allocated to the class for unusual vehicles and 10 cars made the trip on a sunny day to Aylesbury. David Cross and his wife Lynne hosted this event superbly welcoming the owners and explaining about the day and the event.

This most popular event was visited again, for the 5th year, with our usual parking area.

Quite an eventful day for the 33 cars that went!

Firstly, it was very windy which proved very challenging when we “erected” the gazebo. More like trying not to take off with a paraglider! But with all hands to the wheel, or tereylene I should say, and plenty of pegs we won. All the flags erected and our new story board. And we were in business.

Report from Mike Webster on the Hamstreet Festival of Transport held at on the 12th June 2016 held in Kent.

The UK Crossfires Club met at Chatsworth House on the 10th April assembling at Rookery Wood in the grounds of the House in a private parking area.