Great event and beautiful weather at Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey.
It was great to get together again and have the chance to socialise.
We had 35 cars on our club stand amongst the 200 Jaguars present. Well done to all the JaguarForumsUK team for putting the event on during difficult times.
Our popular monthly JAFAA breakfast meet has once again started up after 14 months of various lockdowns in the UK, this time at its new temporary venue at the Haynes Motor Museum, whilst the Fleet Air Arm cafe facilities still remain closed.
Members enjoyed a reserved parking area and hearty breakfast.
Nearly 20 cars in attendance.
A big thank you to the Trouble House team for being open and organised.
We were about 24 brave souls ignoring the wind and rain, all of us simply glad to be out and enjoying each other's company again!
The TH's new shed did a great job and will be an excellent long term facility for them.
Perhaps not surprisingly only a few big cats paddled through all the standing water but there were also other Jaguars from XE through E & F Pace to a brand new i-Pace to have a good look at.
Another very good members 'socially distanced' picnic get-together, this time at Knettishall Heath near Thetford in Norfolk.
After people dropping out at the last minute, we finally ended up with 16 people, split into 3 socially distanced groups.
The weather once again was excellent, in fact the trees gave a bit of welcome shade around midday.
The club had been there before, so know that the location would be perfect for the day.
A great day out at Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey arranged by Jaguar Forums UK.
With some 40+ members cars on our club stand, members enjoyed some beautiful weather and superb surrounds amongst some 200+ other Jaguars and Bentleys.
Great venue and thanks to everyone who joined us.
A great turnout for what will be the last Trouble House breakfast meeting as a group until we are allowed to meet in this way again. 10 Jaguars, 1 Alfa Romeo, 1 Aston Martin, 1 Triumph, and 20 people all well managed and looked after by the TH team.
A great family day out at Glemham Hall in Suffolk. Some 1000 cars were in attendance and some 4000 visitors.
Our club display consisted of 28 members cars so a very big thank you to member Tony Stacey who made all the necsssary arrangements for our attendance.
Members finally caught up with each other at a great day out at Sandringham with 19 of them enjoying a picnic in the grounds of Sandringham Estate.
Until things improve with COVID we can envisage many more picnics taking place.
Many thanks to all those who turned up.
It was indeed a great turnout to welcome the return of the Trouble House breakfast meeting and its new owners.
This was their first breakfast service since taking over and if we overwhelmed them a bit they are now certainly aware and will work on it before next meet on 12th September.
Despite this event being cancelled back on its original "May" date members were eventually invited back to Beaulieu on 19th July 2020 to park up and display within the museum complex for a day out with other Jaguar owners and enthusiasts.
As you can see from the image social distancing was a main priority.