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Standard Triumph Picnic and Hog Roast

Sunday 9th May 2021

“Please see the following leaflet about the upcoming picnic being held for Triumph, Standard and Standard Triumph car owners. Obviously this may yet be cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic, but we can remain hopeful!”

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Drive Your Triumph Day

Wednesday 10th February 2021

“It’s that time again, Drive Your Triumph Day 2021. The concept is simple: on this day, drive your Mayflower, take a photo and submit it. Even if you can’t drive your car for whatever reason, then take a photo with you and the car and send it in. If you submit a photo to …”

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Cancelled AGM

Unprecedented times…

“Due to the continuing COVID-19 situation the committee have decided to cancel this year’s AGM and will aim to convene next year’s around its usual time. Paul Burgess”

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Winter Driving Conditions

A guide to staying safe on the roads in winter

“Neil Henderson, working for Hendy Car and Van Store has sent us a very helpful winter driving conditions article – see link: Although most of us put our Mayflowers into hibernation come …”

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New Standard for Fuel in UK to Be Introduced by End of Year

E10 will not be compatible with classic cars

“By the end of the year, E10 will be introduced in the UK. This is a fuel with 10% of bioethanol, designed to cut 750,000 tonnes of CO2 from emissions. As E10 is not suitable for the majority of classic cars, the government are planning to ensure that an …”

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An Updated Statement on Drive It Day 2020


“The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs have issued an updated press statement, which supercedes the previous update from three days ago, on Drive It Day 2020 in relation to how it’s going to be affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic: “The …”

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FBHVC Statement on Drive It Day 2020

Drive-on with caution!

“The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs have released a press statement on Drive It Day 2020 in relation to how it’s going to be affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic: “The FBHVC is committed to following the latest UK government advice on …”

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2020 Club AGM

Sunday 15th March

“This year we are holding our AGM at the Triumph Sports Six Club’s headquarters in Lubenham, Market Harborough. This is where our club now keeps all its spare parts. All members are welcome to attend and to have a say and indeed it would be great if any …”

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Drive Your Triumph Day

February 10th 2020

“Are you ready for Drive Your Triumph Day, Monday February 10th, to celebrate Sir John Black’s birthday, the man who organized Standard’s purchase of Triumph after the war and went on to make the cars we enjoy driving today? It’s just a couple of weeks away! …”

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Le Tour Panoramique 2019

Sunday 1st September

“The second “Le Tour Panoramique” will be on Sunday 1st September. A leisurely “tour” around the Cotswolds for classic cars. The start is at Prescott from 9 AM, where you can see cars attending the Breakfast Club and enjoy a classic breakfast in the clubhouse. …”

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