Some of the outings that members have been attending

Challengers Charity Run
12th May 2019

Challengers are a charity that that is passionate about removing barriers to play for disabled children and young people whatever their disability. This run is part of their self-motivated fund raising and has become an annual event.......

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BMGOC Bluebell Run Out 

14th May 

On a lovely sunny evening in May, nine cars set out from Black Dam Ponds car park for a 20 mile run to the Yew Tree Pub at Wield. AS usual a lot of chatter and catching up ensued until we all gathered for Take Off..........

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New Forest Run 

2nd June 2019

The weather forecast was iffy as The Partridges and us set off at some ungodly hour in the morning in order to get to the start in good time at East Boldre in the New Forest. The journey was uneventful as we took a torturous route through Hursley and Southampton in order to avoid the M3 and M27...........

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July Run Out

It was the evening of the “Kitsons” run out. The weather was fine and we met up at Hatch Warren. Whilst Alan and Celia had taken us West of Basingstoke on the June Run Out – the Kitsons were determined to take us into the deepest equatorial areas of Andover.......

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Thank you Ian and Julie for organizing at fantastic evening.

Surrey Run 2019

Another great uncomplicated summers day MG experience began exceptionally well but was due to be somewhat multi-faceted by the end of the day. We had all decided to start early, arrive early and have a picnic. The day started for us and the Wooldridges with bacon sarnies and Bucks Fizz  at ours….for those not driving. In order to maintain the catering standards for the ladies in general I packed a cooled bottle of Chardonnay in an insulated case. I had won this bottle at our village fete on the Saturday – probably a bit of a cheap skate action as it had only cost me £1.......

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